core oven

core oven

[′kȯr ‚əv·ən]
(metallurgy)
An oven used for baking cores for molding; the walls are constructed of inner and outer layers of sheet metal separated by rock wool or fiber glass insulation, with interlocked joints.
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If we correct these prices for inflation, using a 5% a year rate, we can see a wheelbarrow's price at $639 and $11,166 for a small core oven.
1887 - Eli Millett invents a core oven for drying small cores in individual drawers.
Two robotic core oven cells process the washed cores.
Coremaking consists of six warmbox core machine cells (featuring quick-change tooling) with rotary core ovens designed and built by Waupaca.
Flow coating equipment included two infrared core ovens with a slat conveyor, a hydraulic flow coating mold manipulator and a flow coat station to catch, mix and dispense the coating.