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This year's Casting Competition was cosponsored by Magma Foundry Technologies, Schaumburg, Ill.
Scrap rates were high at the shop, which specializes in V-process aluminum casting, and pouring with a hand ladle would often lead to impurities in the ladle, which would get into the mold and migrate to the top of the casting.
Metalcasting facilities that offer full manufacturing services, provide customers the convenience of one-stop shopping and add to the overall ease of production for the casting facility.
In-Situ Measurements Of Heat Flux During Lubricant Spray Application In Die Casting
In addition, the newest generation of compaction tables is opening doors for casting design.
Initial testing of magnesium lost foam casting has been successful.
Overall, the PCPro process makes a prototype part in just six steps compared to 15 steps for conventional vacuum casting. Himmer was a principal researcher in the development of the process in Germany and is seeking partners among U.S.
When long-term trends point to shorter casting life spans, a significant increase in the amount of material such is upholstery, dirt and rubber making up the stream could be to blame.
Fast-forward a decade, and Hardin, now an independent casting director, spends her days jockeying for casting assignments (with the help of a personal agent), sifting through mountains of pictures and resumes, searching for actors who fit a director's specifications, auditioning those selected and then sending the chosen few to see the director.