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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Precast products are manufactured in a casting area where critical factors, such as temperature, mix design, and stripping time, can be closely checked and controlled.
Foseco has been well known in the metal processing and casting area of aluminum and copper foundries for many years.
Don't set a TV up near your casting area so you won't be plagued with depressing news and don't have a radio nearby because most modern music is bound to tie you in knots.
Skin lesions were observed on the arms of casting area employees, who reported that these lesions were caused by molten lead.
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.
[check] Decide where the casting area will be; standardize this and train here every day.
"The current and casting area at the studio played such a pivotal role that the show was at its very best in our most important year," Walden says.
--the presence of residual gases in the casting area;
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.
"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'.