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Honorable Mention


Afocal Housing O’Fallon Casting O’Fallon, Missouri


worldwide


Shaping the future


The international trade fair for castings is the most important global platform for custom-made solutions for this sector – the products are the visible result of high quality casting technology. Highlights include the presentation of the NEWCAST Award, the NEWCAST Forum as well as the special show “Technology in Casting”.


Top class castings


NEWCAST offers groundbreaking product developments: From a high-precision medical casting part to a large, ready-to-install, complex casting part for mechanical and plant engineering.


Welcome to Düsseldorf!


Material: A356-T6. Process: Investment casting. Weight: 5.7 oz. Dimensions: 6.5 x 7.5 in. Converted From: Optics housing for a defense application.


• T e part confi guration features minimal wall thickness, undercuts, cored holes, lightening pockets, free standing bosses and complex internal features.


• T e accuracy and repeatability of investment casting al- lowed the part to be designed with minimal stock allow- ances for machining and without consideration of draft.


For show information:


Messe Düsseldorf North America 150 North Michigan Avenue Suite 2920 _ Chicago, IL 60601


Tel. (312) 781-5180 _ Fax (312) 781-5188 info@mdna.com _ www.mdna.com


For hotel and travel arrangements: TTI Travel, Inc. Tel. (866) 674-3476 _ Fax (212) 674-3477


• T e casting design provides available gating surfaces, fi llet radii and suffi cient tolerance that lead to predictable yields and consistent metallurgy. O’Fallon Casting com- pression straightens each part to assure the dimensional consistency of the casting, guaranteeing the features are in the correct position for fi nal machining.


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