Vacuum Casting

This is a process to make small batch productions of parts that look and feel like injection moulded parts. The master model is normally an SLA or CNC part that gets encapsulated in silicone rubber then the block of rubber is cut in half creating a two-part mould. This mould is then put in a vacuum chamber where the casting resin is poured into the … ...

vacuum casting

The casting of a metal in the presence of a vacuum. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Vacuum casting

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vacuum casting

Type: Term Definitions: 1. the casting of a metal in the presence of a vacuum.
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Vacuum casting

[elastomers] Vacuum casting is a casting process for elastomers using a vacuum to draw the liquid material into the mold. This process is used when air entrapment is a problem, there are intricate details or undercuts, or if the material is fiber or wire reinforced. The main disadvantage to this process is the high price for the equipment. ...
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Vacuum Casting

A casting in which metal is melted and poured under very low atmospheric pressure; a form of permanent mold casting where the mold is inserted into liquid metal, vacuum is applied, and metal drawn up into the cavity.
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