Architects' guide to stainless steel by Nancy R. Baddoo, R. Burgan, R.G. Ogden

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Separate cores are used to form holes in the castings. 20 Section through sand casting box Runner Cope Riser In gate Green sand Core Drag Bottom board 48 P179 Architects' Guide to Stainless Steel Discuss me ... 7 Casting Techniques A great variety of components may be produced by sand casting. Components from 100 g to 100 tonnes are possible, and mould costs are very low. Sand casting is the only practical method of casting particularly large components. Careful quality control is essential where dimensional accuracy and surface flatness are important.

N - Probably over-specified from a corrosion point of view. g. specifying a relatively smooth surface and regular washing to be carried out). V - Likely to suffer severe corrosion. Adapted from Advantages for Architects, Nickel Development Institute, 1990 22 P179 Architects' Guide to Stainless Steel Discuss me ... 1 refer to general atmospheric conditions at a site. However, there are certain cases where specific chemical corrosion risks need to be considered. Created on 30 March 2011 This material is copyright - all rights reserved.

17). Created on 30 March 2011 This material is copyright - all rights reserved. 18). 18 Milling 46 P179 Architects' Guide to Stainless Steel Discuss me ... 6 Machining Techniques Milling machines can generally accommodate workpieces up to 1 m square. The tool can be any shape or size to generate flat, curved or irregular surfaces. Form cutters, shaped exactly to clone the part being produced, can make irregularly shaped components and are appropriate for large production runs. Created on 30 March 2011 This material is copyright - all rights reserved.

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