Testing ductile iron requires sophisticated equipment such as spectrometers as well as the regular extraction of samples during production

Testing ductile iron requires sophisticated equipment, such as spectrometers, as well as the regular extraction of samples during production.

Quality Control Through Process Understanding

Detailed QC cornerstones One control book Proprietary product tests Global QC oversight

Developing a best-in-class quality-control program demands a thorough understanding of processes, both in the methods and practices set by an operation’s managers and in the minds of the metalcasting workers.  To obtain the highest levels of quality control, it is important for modern foundries to be as well-organized as possible, and developing a complete quality-control plan is the bedrock of any such endeavor.

Regular testing remains the cornerstone of any thorough quality-co

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