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Introduction Sand casting is the oldest form of casting and is still widely used today. Mould core
Materials Steel and aluminium are the metals most commonly used. Steel Aluminium
Features of sand casting Always made of metals e.g. Steel and Aluminium. Split lines made from mould. Before product is dispatched product may have runners, risers and feeders. Feeder Riser Runner
Uses of sand casting There are many things made by sand casting E.G. Wall plaques, Nut Crackers, clamps.
Process 1 Mould
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UNIT -5 Rapid Tooling 1. RAPID TOOLING Rapid Tooling refers to mould cavities that are either directly or indirectly fabricated using Rapid Prototyping.
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