ceramic mold casting

ceramic mold casting

[sə′ram·ik ′mōld ‚kast·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
A precision casting process using a ceramic body fired to high temperature as the mold, and carbon, low-alloy, or stainless steel as the casting.
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Some of the state-owned large foundries adopt a variety of advanced molding techniques and special casting processes, such as air impact molding, injection and squeeze molding, equalizing piston squeezing, resin sand molding, V-process molding, diecasting, low-pressure diecasting, counter-pressure diecasting, gravity diecasting, investment casting, ceramic mold casting, lost foam casting, centrifugal casting, continuous casting, suction casting, vacuum self-consumption casting, electro-slag melting and casting, and squeeze casting.