Casting creates a workpiece by pouring a liquid material into a mold, allowing it to cool, then removing it from the mold.
Overview of Process
Casting is a process that creates a workpiece by pouring a liquid material (such as metal or plastic) into a mold, which has a cavity with a pre-defined shape. After the material has cooled, it is removed from the mold and can be processed further if needed.
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