slush casting

slush casting

[′sləsh ‚kast·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
Producing a hollow casting without a core in the mold by rotating a liquid alloy in a hollow metal mold until a solid layer chills onto the mold, and then pouring off the remaining liquid.
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In-house material processing capabilities include: material compounding; injection molding, with large and small tonnage machines; compression molding, including encapsulations and inserts; thermoforming, positive or negative, with multiple materials; slush casting, hot oil or hot air; sheet extruding including multiple layer co-extrusions; and sonic and laser scoring.
Plastics Manufacturing is introduced in the areas of: thermoforming, vacuum forming, static casting, simple casting and slush casting.