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Copper and Copper Alloy Casting Methods

Copper and Copper Alloy Casting Methods Abstract: Many existing methods of producing copper base alloy castings may be broadly subdivided into six separate headings as follows:1. Sand casting and CO2 process2. Shell molded casting3. Die-casting4. Chill casting5. Centrifugal casting6. Continuous…

 Casting Tips

Casting Tips

Melting Temperature It is generally recommended that you should cast at 100 °F above the flow point of the metal to allow it to be thoroughly molten. Caution should always be taken to avoid overheating. As a rule, the mold…

Metal Pouring Temperature

Metal Pouring Temperature

Metal Pouring Temperature Pouring is a process by which molten metal is transferred to the cast for cooling and solidification and thus be converted into final product. Pouring temperature is the temperature to which the molten metal has to be…