Hobart, Washington (PressExposure) May 24, 2008 -- Gravity Casting Information and all about Gravity Die Casting and Gravity Casting at new section on Metal Casting website that is all about Gravity Casting The new Gravity Die Casting section can be accessed by users and non-users by visiting the following web address: http://www.metalcastingzone.com/gravity-casting/.
Here is an excerpt from the Gravity Casting section page on Metal Casting Zone:
âGravity casting is done in ceramic molds, sand, permanent casting and also in investment or lost wax casting. The gravity casting process was started with common steel after successful implementation it was further tried on heat resistance super alloys. With recent development and with more refined methods today even titanium alloys are being cast using the gravity casting method and using ceramic crucibles. The use of desired mold designs and also specially made unique designs enable a reduction in the metal cast to yield the given part. This also helps in reducing the amount of energy that is used in making such casting articles.
With new developments, today even computerized control of the vacuum pressure and rate is possible. This enables the user to control the filling rate. This makes casting of high quality metals like and viscous metals like metal matrix and composites of aluminum casting possible. This gravity casting method is used to produce casting worth of more than $200 million. The industry is expected to grow rapidly in the coming years due to the increase in production of automotive exhaust manifolds in stainless steel.â
The new Gravity Casting and Gravity Die Casting webpage is there to provide users with all of the information they need on Gravity Casting and learning the basics of Casting. It can be visited for free at: http://www.metalcastingzone.com/gravity-casting/. This new section of Gravity Casting information will continue to be updated with the latest and greatest information on the basics of casting torches at: http://www.metalcastingzone.com.