casting area

casting area

[′kast·iŋ ‚er·ē·ə]
(engineering)
In plastics injection molding, the moldable area of a thermoplastic material for a given thickness and under given conditions of molding.
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The conference delegates will visit EGA's state-of-the-art Emal plant at Al Taweelah on September 22, where they will be given a comprehensive tour and have the opportunity to participate in a special question and answer session in the casting area.
By introducing a semi-automated and semi-manual dam-lifting system, mould-filling in the DC casting area can be managed by a single operator instead of two, as was previously the case.
There are over 125 bullet moulds in my casting area along with four lead furnaces and literally tons of lead alloys.
a casting area that is too cold when casting starts;
com/, the would-be contestant is seen entering the private casting area and disrupting an interview in progress, then dousing Mariano with a bottle of water and shoving him forcefully, at which point Mariano is heard asking him repeatedly to walk away, before being shoved again.
The Borak Power Feeder will deliver heavy swimfeeders, stuffed with groundbait, to your target casting area at big commercial fisheries, but still allow a mellow action when fighting the carp you went to catch.
There will be a casting area, fly-tying demonstrations and travel-destination hosts.
My mum always says to me, 'Orla what is it about your face that when you walk into a casting area you always get these kind of parts'.
Sales in the automotive casting area have increased due primarily to superior sales of brake disks to the European automobile industry.
It is from the investment casting area of RIA that the arsenal has generated the expertise to develop its newest project--the installation of titanium casting capabilities.
I refuse to have any distractions like television or telephones in my casting area and Yvonne knows she will get growled at if I'm disturbed while casting.