Monthly Archives: February 2016

New Post – Hot or Cold Chamber, Zinc Works Best!

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Aluminum Part Castings Advantages

Tweet Aluminum Part Castings Advantages. The majority, if not all, companies concerned in the metalworking commerce are at present utilizing the aluminum casting process as part of their venture. Aluminum part castings, as contrasting to products of other casting methods, … Continue reading

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New Post – The Different Uses of Zinc

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Cast Aluminum Parts for Music vs. Plastic

Tweet Cast Aluminum Parts for Music over Plastic. For serious musicians and the musical professionals in the music industry, having instruments that last longer, that sound extraordinarily good, and that are strong and sturdy is very important. Guitar amplifiers, for … Continue reading

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New Post – Zinc Part Types–What Should You Know?

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