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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.

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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Rival toy car manufacturers Corgi and Dinky made larger cars initially of die-cast metal, and racing cars were very popular.
The Action Chugger Carry Case costs pounds 17.99, and the die-cast trains cost pounds 4.99 each, so each prize is worth more than pounds 50.
The precision die-cast aluminum back plates, with cast-in knockouts for mountings, align with virtually all standard recessed junction boxes, allowing for easy installation with both the WLP and the WLR.
(MPL), the largest supplier of die-cast magnesium automotive components in North America.
Also made from woven excess fabrics by the mothers of Binan, Laguna, but with a little modern X accent from die-cast brass by the T'boli tribe of South Cotabato.
* A latch on the stop locks, which is zinc die-cast, with black or red electrostatically applied powder coat textured finish.
So for just pounds 17 you can receive all four die-cast model vintage vehicles and support the work of the Royal British Legion too.
To manage the heat in the integrated microstepper drive, the company, Intelligent Motion Systems, originally designed a combination enclosure and heat sink in die-cast aluminum.
A magnificent and highly collectable die-cast model worth pounds 5.50 - but absolutely FREE for readers of The People!
The enduring popularity of die castings is owed, in part, to the ease with which die-cast parts can be enhanced with a wide variety of surface treatments.
A primary focus of study at Ohio State is how to reduce porosity, the bane of many die-cast parts.
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