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    CAST IN STEEL: Student Teams Compete to Cast the Best Steel Viking Axe

    Posted by Deb Pipoly on 2019 May 16

    This year the Steel Founders' Society of America (SFSA) introduced a national competition to engage students with steel casting and help foundries connect with the next generation of manufacturing professionals. Inspired by History Channel's Forged in Fire, the Cast in Steel competition brings teams of engineering students from around the country together to find out who can cast the best Viking axe. Testing, judging and awards took place prior to CastExpo in Atlanta, GA.

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    Tags: Investment Casting, Eagle Precision, Airset Casting, Event, Student Metalcasting Competition, CastExpo, Trade Associations

    The Rise of Robotics in Metalcasting and Machining

    Posted by AJ Menefee on 2019 Mar 26

    The use of robotics in manufacturing, including metalcasting and machining, has grown steadily since the 1970s. Industrial automation increasingly relies on robotics as a way to improve efficiency and replace monotonous, repetitive human tasks.

    Robots are used for a wide variety of tasks in manufacturing, from transportation to assembly. In metalcasting and machining, robots can be used to complete nearly any programmable task, from dipping and pouring to grinding and milling.

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    Tags: Eagle Alloy, Eagle Precision, Robotics

    Investment Casting Guide Ebook: New Eagle Group Resource for Manufacturers

    Posted by Deb Pipoly on 2018 Apr 18

    Eagle Precision Cast Parts, Inc. just released a downloadable resource, titled Investment Casting Process Guide: A Comprehensive Introduction to Investment Casting.

    The goal of the 21-page ebook is to make it easy for manufacturers, and anyone else who's interested, to learn the basics of investment casting. Manufacturers looking for a better way to produce parts can find information on tolerances, design recommendations and a full case study.

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    Tags: Metalcasting, Investment Casting, Eagle Precision, Investment Casting Guide

    How the Investment Casting Process works

    Posted by Deb Pipoly on 2018 Feb 15

    Investment casting, sometimes known as lost-wax casting, is a metal forming method known for its ability to produce parts with tight tolerances, complex inner cavities and accurate dimensions.

    As we discussed in our Introduction to Investment Casting post, the basic technique has existed for millennia. Over the years, innovations in equipment and methodology have kept pace with demand. Today, investment casting is one of the most popular forms of metal casting.

    Read on to learn more about the unique process of investment casting.

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    Tags: Metalcasting, Processes, Investment Casting, Eagle Precision

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