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RIA maintains nobake and green sand capabilities in its metalcasting facility. ...

Sand cores are used in a variety of metalcasting processes to produce internal cavities in the metal part. ...

Metalcasters search the CastExpo floor to learn about the hottest technology in an ever-changing industry. ...

Cast in white iron via the nobake process, this static mixer tube produced by Castalloy Corp., Waukesha, Wis., is highly abrasion-resistant, making it ideal for the high velocity mixing and cleansing of coal powder. ...

This part for material handling steering was cast in brass via the permanent mold chill casting process by Piad Precision Casting Corp., Greensburg, Pa. Converted from a multi-piece weldment, the casting reduced the weight by 10%. ...

This part for material handling steering was cast in brass via the permanent mold chill casting process by Piad Precision Casting Corp., Greensburg, Pa. Converted from a multi-piece weldment, the casting reduced the weight by 10%. ...

Cast in white iron via the nobake process, this static mixer tube produced by Castalloy Corp., Waukesha, Wis., is highly abrasion-resistant, making it ideal for the high velocity mixing and cleansing of coal powder. ...

This part for material handling steering was cast in brass via the permanent mold chill casting process by Piad Precision Casting Corp., Greensburg, Pa. Converted from a multi-piece weldment, the casting reduced the weight by 10%. ...

Casting supplier Signicast was able to produce the cam tracks and spline, a series of projections that fit into slots on a corresponding part, in near-net-shape. Signicast also provided the star shape on the end of the casting that was previously a secondary component pressed onto the original machined part. Elimination of machining, broaching of the spline, and assembly involving the secondary component significantly reduced overall costs and lead time. ...

Casting supplier Signicast was able to produce the cam tracks and spline, a series of projections that fit into slots on a corresponding part, in near-net-shape. Signicast also provided the star shape on the end of the casting that was previously a secondary component pressed onto the original machined part. Elimination of machining, broaching of the spline, and assembly involving the secondary component significantly reduced overall costs and lead time. ...

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