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When analyzing your core machine requirements, you must consider the entirety of your core production: the number of cores per tool (or core box), the number of cores per year, and your operating hours.

Specifying, Selecting Equipment to Reduce Core Defects

Eliminating bad cores as a factor in process improvement can be done with the right information, planning, and procedures

Metalcasters are always working to eliminate scrap castings and improve product quality.  Selecting the appropriate core-machine design and ancillary equipment is an important aspect of reducing casting defects and scrap. Even these objectives have some preliminary considerations, including determining the right coremaking process, selecting a tooling design, and observing effective record-keeping and maintenance practices.

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