New Binder for Casting Cores: An Industrial Application to Safety Suspension Parts 981005
A new core binder system (1) was used to produce foundry cores for casting hollow aluminum suspension parts by the low pressure, gravity flow, semi-permanent mold method. These and other prototype aluminum parts made using the system demonstrate that easy core removal from complex castings, core and sand recycling, and an improved environment in the core making facilities will increase productivity, improve product quality and reduce manufacturing costs.
Citation: Ferrero, A., Badiali, M., Schreck, R., Siak, J. et al., "New Binder for Casting Cores: An Industrial Application to Safety Suspension Parts," SAE Technical Paper 981005, 1998, https://doi.org/10.4271/981005. Download Citation
Andrea Ferrero, Marcello Badiali, Richard Schreck, June-sang Siak, William Whited
Teksid Aluminum Foundry, General Motors Research and Development Center
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Product and Process Integration: Advanced Technology-SP-1337, SAE 1998 Transactions - Journal of Materials & Manufacturing-V107-5