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  • 5 Fun Facts About Die Casting

    5 Fun Facts About Die Casting0

    Manufacturing companies often use die casting produce complex metal products and components with precise dimensions. There are other processes available that can manipulate metal workpieces into a new size and shape. Die casting, however, is more accurate since it allows for close tolerances and precise dimensions. Below are five fun facts about the manufacturing process

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  • The Pros and Cons of Die Casting

    The Pros and Cons of Die Casting0

    From cylinder heads and engine blocks to garden furniture and bicycle frames, die casting is used to create a wide variety of products. It involves the use of pressurized molten metal to fill a mold cavity. The raw metal is heated, after which it’s forced into a mold cavity. After the molten metal has cooled

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  • The Basics of Centrifugal Casting: What You Should Know

    The Basics of Centrifugal Casting: What You Should Know0

    If you’ve come across centrifugal casting, you might be wondering how it differs from other casting processes. Also known as rotocasting, centrifugal casting leverages the power of centrifugal force — the physical force that occurs when an object moves in a curved direction away from its center — to create hollow, cylindrical-shaped objects. From iron

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  • The 6-Step Process of Shell Mold Casting

    The 6-Step Process of Shell Mold Casting0

    Also known simply as shell molding, shell mold casting is a casting process that involves the use of resin-covered sand for the mold. Molten metal is poured into the mold’s cavity, at which point the mold vaporizes to create a hard shell. Although it sounds complex, shell mold casting is a relatively simple process that’s

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  • Pros and Cons of Spray Deposition

    Pros and Cons of Spray Deposition0

    Have you heard of investment casting? A variation of lost wax casting, it’s become increasingly popular in recent years. From automotive and aerospace components to golf clubs and medical prostheses, it’s used to make a variety of common products. With that said, there are both pros and cons to investment casting of which you should

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  • What Is Sand Casting?

    What Is Sand Casting?0

    Sand casting is a casting process that involves the use of sand-based mold. While other casting processes use molds made of plastic or metal, as well as other materials, sand casting revolves around the use of a sand mold. As a result, sand casting offers several unique advantages over traditional casting processes. To learn more

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