centrifugal casting

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cen·trif·u·gal cast·ing

casting molten metal into a mold by spinning the metal from a crucible at the end of a revolving arm.

cen·trif·u·gal cast·ing

(sen-trifyū-găl kasting)
Casting molten metal into a mold by spinning the metal from a crucible at the end of a revolving arm.
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