Moulding materials, Other Engineering

 The commonly used moulding materials for mould making can be broadly classified into the following two groups :

            (a) Metals : Including grey cast iron, steel and anodized aluminium

           (b) Non-metals : Including moulding sands, graphites, plaster of paris silicon carbide, ceramic and wax etc.

Moulding Sand : The common sources of collecting foundary sands are rivers, lakes, sea and deserts.

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