How to Cast Aluminum and Aluminum Casting Information Just Released

Hobart, Washington (PressExposure) May 26, 2008 -- Aluminum Casting Information and stats on the Aluminum Casting Process and Aluminum Extrusion can now be found at a new section on Metal Casting website that is all about how to cast Aluminum. The new Aluminum Casting section can be accessed by users and non-users by visiting the following web address:

Here is an excerpt from the Aluminum Casting section page on Metal Casting Zone:

“Aluminum is amongst those metals which can be ‘cast’ by every process used in metal casting. These processes, in descending order of quantity of aluminum casting are: die casting, permanent mold casting, sand casting, plaster casting, investment casting, and continuous casting. The casting process is selected on the basis of factors such as cost, feasibility, quality, etc.

Feasibility is not a problem, as all the above methods are quite practicable. However, the most suitable casting method can be decided according to the design features or dimensions. For instance-Large products are made using sand casting. The quality factor is also important in selecting the casting process. Quality refers to both, mechanical properties (ductility and strength) and soundness (surface imperfections, cracking, and porosity freedom).”

The new Aluminum Casting webpage is there to provide users with all of the information they need on the Aluminum Casting Process and learning the basics of How to Cast Aluminum. It can be visited for free at: This new section of Aluminum Casting information will continue to be updated with the latest and greatest information on the basics of Aluminum Casting at:

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Press Release Submitted On: May 23, 2008 at 4:36 am
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