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Fri, 07/06/2012 - 1:46AM by gallbladderdiet 0 Comments -

how many sets of tooling and how many inserts? what alloy where the machining who dislikes this.....company owners who don't have this machine?? haha, rediculous...this is incredible. Just for a moment, lets imagine that someway, somehow..this reality is in actuality really leading us to something just as incredible....and tangible...without destroying one another and that which we exist within in the process. Casting molds usually place a lot of geometrical constraints on components, www.swissmachine.blogspot.com  and techniques like "lost wax" and replacement casting leave a marred finish which would be unacceptable for piston movements. Thus, a cast part would still require machining. Cast parts also shrink during the cooling process, placing high stresses on particularly geometries, particularly sharp corners. yeah its something about the grain in billet lining up much better then in cast, cast is pretty much just poured into a mold, and gravity does the rest, while a www.buycncmachine.blogspot.com billet block is formed in a die, it must have something to do with the pressures when the die strikes i looked it up, billet is not always stronger then forged parts, a cheap billet part wont be as strong as a high quality forged part. forged is die formed as well, but in the basic shape of the finished part Impressive video but not practical to make a block this way, too slow and too expensive. The programing for that will have been a massive task.. I work for Ford engine manufacturing, our newest small ally engine is being made at the rate of nearly 100 engines an hour 24/7 and that is still not enough. you use cast iron sleeves and sleves can be installed into the block with a compressing tool or good old fashioned apparatus--- basically you can freeze the sleeve so it shrinks just a bit while cold to it can be installed- then as it thaws out and returns to room temperature it fits snugly. Amazing. Makes me ashamed that we have one of these machines and we use probably a thousandth of its ability. Mill, turn, mill, turn. Turn all the parts 180 degrees. Mill, turn, mill, turn. repeat x infinity. At least this keeps me awake with a smile on my face. Hmmmm. With that sentence in mind www.bluewafflediseaseblog.blogspot.com