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66th Technical Conference & Exposition


CASTING CONTEST


WINNERS


Uni-Cast, LLC. Takes Medical Casting Award with a Support Housing and Instrument Cover Manufactured from A356 alloy, these two components


help provide medical professionals with life-saving technology that infuses warm blood and liquids into patients that have experienced massive blood loss. To meet customer quality and delivery requirements, Uni-Cast employed rapid process development techniques, to ensure a first-pass acceptance of this product, which is comprised of thin walls with tight dimensional tolerences.


PART: Support Housing Size: 14 x 13 x 7.5” Alloy: A356


Notes: Thin walls and tight tolerances made this cast- ing ideal for investment casting.


Uni-Cast, LLC.


JUST RELEASED! New Edition of Atlas of


Wax Pattern Defects This new edition makes use of decision trees to quickly characterize defects, identify possible causes and suggests potential corrections. Free to Institute Members. Visit www.investmentcasting.org.


Investment Casting Institute


An Investment Casting Institute Publication


Atlas of Wax Pattern Defects


Introduction 3


Section 1: Defects in Patterns 4 Section 2: Defects in Soluble Cores 22


Section 3: Defects in Patterns Related to Cores and Chills 31 Best Practices 36


List of Defects 39 May 2019


22 ❘ October 2019 ®


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