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Foundry Tech – Alloy White Irons

In this article, we’ll look at another member of the iron family – Alloy white irons (No, not named after White Industries.). White iron has a white appearance when fractured, just as grey iron has a grey fracture face. Alloy white irons differ...

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Foundry Virtual Tour – Fettling and Heat Treatment

In this edition, we turn up the heat with fettling and heat treatment. When a pattern is being prepared for moulding, extra features are added like a runner bar, pouring cup and feeders or risers which assist with various aspects of the casting...

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Foundry Virtual Tour – Melting and Pouring

In this article, we look at the next step in the White Industries’ production process; melting and pouring. At the time of writing, White Industries produces 106 different alloys, consisting of various grades including: STEELS IRONS STAINLESS...

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Foundry Virtual Tour – Moulding

Following on from our look into the Patternmaking process and how permanent tooling is made last issue, this time we’ll look at the Moulding Processes and where the single-use moulds are made and prepared for pouring the molten metal. Moulding...

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Foundry Virtual Tour – The Casting Process (Patternmaking)

The first step in the casting process is making a pattern. A pattern is a re-usable tool used to create single-use moulds, which are destroyed each time a casting is poured. The pattern creates the exterior shape of the part to be cast, If the...

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