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cast·ing

(kas'ting),
1. A metallic object formed in a mold.
2. The act of forming a casting in a mold.
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cast·ing

(kast'ing)
A metal structure, such as an artificial tooth crown, produced by forcing molten metal into a mold.
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A Wi-Fi control system, developed in-house alongside plant automation devices, synchronizes the buckets with the batch plant and casting machines. It is programmed to allow only the plant operator to override bucket position and machine status.
Continuous casting machine described above is used to obtain the round profile with the following diameters: 0177mm, 0250mm, 280mm and 350mm.
Ballisti-Cast's MK I and MK II casting machines are based on a common design that includes a 100 pound, 220 Volt, electrically heated furnace that maintains temperature through the use of an accurate thermometer and digital thermostat.
The present company operates 15 high pressure die casting machines, from 280 to 660 tons capacity, and 13 gravity die-casting stations.
Mercury Marine (Fond du Lac, Wisconsin), a manufacturer of recreational marine engines, announced the commissioning of a new high-pressure die casting machine, said to be the largest in North America.
A remarkable feature is that the site has an equipment configurator, which allows visitors to configure a die casting machine or even a complete working cell and request a quote with the settings chosen from the same website.
At the time, State Brass was a primarily green sand metalcaster that used a horizontal centrifugal casting machine sparingly.
The stars, along with every other rank insignia Finan has worn since she was promoted to major, were produced via the investment casting process with a centrifugal casting machine. Her new rank was cast in pure silver and plated with rhodium to keep it from tarnishing.
of Chicago, which eventually called its line of cars "Tootsietoys." Originally a publishing company, the firm acquired a new linotype casting machine, which the Dowst brothers had seen at the world's Columbian Exposition in Chicago in 1893.