Chapter 6: Engineering for Manufacturability and Integrity
The casting engineer contributes to a successful component design by offering expertise in molding, core making, and material characteristics and by recommending the most suitable casting process to use to meet quality and cost targets. The casting engineer's responsibilities include recommending locator positioning; advising about lugs, hooks, or holes for casting handling through all processes; determining the choice of a parting plane and pouring orientation; designing cores for accurate positioning, suitable venting, and proper cleaning; guiding decisions about wall thicknesses and junctions; making suggestions about casting design to eliminate distortion; optimizing the gating design for slag-free metal; and establishing...
Engineering for Manufacturability and Integrity, Iron and Steel Castings Engineering Guide, By Jagan Nath, ASM International, 2022, p 63–102, https://doi.org/10.31399/asm.tb.isceg.t59320063
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