Types of Welding Metals

 There are a number of different types of metals which are acceptable for welding. It is important to know how to weld specific welding metal types so that you have the correct welding equipment on hand to properly get the job done. Welding Aluminum Welding aluminum requires high power welding and very clean oxide-free surfaces. Cleaning a surface to be…

Uses of Alloys

Alloys are metallic substances composed of a mixture or metallic solid solution of two or more metals. They can even be composed of a metal and another element which may be non-mettalic to produce an alloy. An alloy usually has different properties from the elements that it is composed of. A variation in the concentration and ratios of elements produces alloys…

Aluminum Casting Processes

Aluminum is one of the few metals that can be cast by all of the processes used in casting metals. These processes, in decreasing order of amount of aluminum casting, are: die casting, permanent mold casting, sand casting (green sand and dry sand), plaster casting, investment casting, and continuous casting. Other processes such as squeeze casting, and hot isostatic pressing…

Automobile Casting Equipment

The automobile industry offers a huge market for the cast products using ferrous, non-ferrous metals and its alloys. Various casting methods are used to produce automobile accessories that are light in weight, easy to maneuver, and cheap. Zinc Die Casting and Aluminum Die Casting are two most popularly used processes to produce automobile casting equipment. Zinc Die Casting :By using…

Iron and Steel Casting Market : Growth Opportunities and forecast 2024

Iron & steel casting is a phenomenon that takes place in a foundry, wherein molten iron is poured into a vessel or cast to create a desired shape. Cast materials are usually metals or cold setting materials such as concrete, epoxy, plaster, clay, ceramic or iron in which molten fluid is poured to get various shapes and sizes. Iron &…

Advances in Aluminum: New Twists on an Old Material

From “transparency” and bubble-wrap-type material to a net-like sponge, we could very well be witnessing the Second Age of Aluminum. Aluminum in its modern form has been around for more than a century. In the 1880s, it was considered more valuable than gold, particularly because it was difficult to produce in a pure form. Ever since what is considered the First…

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