What is induction casting?
The induction casting process is an efficient way to create complex or simple designs from melted materials. After the material is melted and heated to the appropriate temperature, it is poured into a mold or cavity to retain its shape during solidification.
Casting is a manufacturing process that’s used to create parts and tools from various materials. Molds can be made from expendable or long-lasting materials. To keep the sample from being contaminated during induction casting, vacuum or protective inert gas (usually argon) is often used.