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Casting Processes - Continuous Casting

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Continuous casting is a process where molten non-ferrous metal is poured into an open ended die. As the metal flows down the die it is immediately cooled by water jets resulting in a continuous section being cast. Lengths of the section are guillotined off to the required length. The molds can be vibrating or moving, slow or fast.

An example of a common use for continuous casting are to produce brass bushing material, copper wire, zinc sheeting, and aluminium roofing.

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