Scroll down to go through the different stages of our casting process.
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 casting has internal hollows, a corebox is used to make a core that makes the hollow.READ MORE
Following on from our look into the Patternmaking process and how permanent tooling is made, this time we'll look at the Moulding Processes and where the single-use moulds are made and prepared for pouring the molten metal.READ MORE
In this section, we look at the next step in the White Industries' production process; melting and pouring.READ MORE
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 process.READ MORE
White Industries operates six natural gas-fired heat treatment ovens and an agitated water quench facility to provide a wide range of thermal treatments such as annealing, stress relief, normalising, hardening and tempering.READ MORE