1933-01-01

APPLICATION TO MOTOR-VEHICLES 330036

Mr. Hageboeck deals with the application of cast iron made by the electric-furnace process to automobiles, motor-trucks and motorcoaches and states that, as supplementary to the cupola method, the electric-furnace process, with its greater flexibility, higher temperature and close control, opens up to the gray-iron foundryman a field that would not otherwise be possible. Almost any composition desired can be made by the process and, as small quantities can be produced economically, the designing engineer can obtain almost any kind of a mixture and pour it in regular-production molds for sample purposes to try out new ideas.

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