Manufacturing Processes

Investment Casting

In investment casting, a wax pattern is coated with a refractory material to make a mould, which is then melted away before pouring molten metal into the cavity to solidify.
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Metal Casting

What is Metal Casting? Metal casting is a manufacturing process that involves pouring molten metal into a mould to create...
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Additive Manufacturing

Additive manufacturing technology or 3D printing is type of technology that uses successive layers of material to create 3D objects
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Sand Casting

What is Sand Casting? In sand casting, molten metal is poured into an expendable sand mould cavity by gravity or...
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Thermoforming

What is Thermoforming? Thermoforming is a manufacturing process in which a thermoplastic or glass sheet is heated to a temperature...
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Sheet metal forming

Sheet metal forming is a manufacturing process of cutting and forming relatively thin metal sheets, strips, and coils to create desired shape sheet metal parts
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Surface finish

What is a surface finish? Surface finish measures a surface’s overall texture, defined by the surface’s lay, surface roughness, and...
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Metal Forging

What is metal forging? Metal forging is a group of forming processes in which a billet or a workpiece deformed...
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Centrifugal casting

What is Centrifugal Casting? Centrifugal casting refers to several casting techniques which use centrifugal forces induced by the rotation to...
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Urethane casting

What is Urethane casting? Urethane casting uses silicone moulds to produce plastic and rubber components using two-component polyurethane resins under...
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Manufacturing Processes

Manufacturing is a large-scale production of goods using energy, manual labour, machinery, tools, and manufacturing processes to convert raw materials, parts, and components into finished items by changing geometry, properties, and appearance.
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Manufacturing

Manufacturing is a large-scale production of goods using energy, manual labour, machinery, tools, and manufacturing processes to convert raw materials, parts, and components into finished items by changing geometry, properties, and appearance
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Direct metal laser sintering (DMLS)

Direct metal laser sintering (DMLS) is an additive manufacturing technique that involves melting and fusing layers of metallic powder together using a computer-controlled, high-power laser beam.
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Water Jet Machining

Water Jet Machining (WJM), also known as Hydrodynamic machining or Water Jet Cutting (WJC), is a CNC cutting process that uses a high-pressure water jet to cut material and create 3D parts.
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Powder metallurgy

Powder Metallurgy (PM) is a metal solidification technique that involves compacting metal powders into a die and heating it to temperatures just below their melting point to fuse by sintering to create a rigid 3D component.
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Forming processes

Metal forming is one of the most widely used manufacturing processes in the world. During the Forming process, the metal...
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