Kimura Foundry America is pioneering the "5S" manufacturing concept for metalcasting: sort, set in order, shine, standardize, and sustain
A producer of specialized shapes is introducing a concept of customization that extends from how a part is to be used to how it functions once it’s in place
Steady progress with additive manufacturing technologies keeps one foundry’s design capabilities on target and its service ahead of the game
Compacted graphite iron is gaining importance for ferrous foundries, and requiring its own core and mold coating solutions to ensure the finished parts solidify according to the processing requirements.
Diecasting technology is fully established but design and material trends are influencing the shape and quality of tools and molds
What shapes the future for foundries and diecasters? Follow these five areas of development to know what’s important to the technologies and the businesses.
Fast, easy-to-use software offers flexible visualization and inspection of part designs