The Vacuum Impregnation Process
An Introduction to the causes of Porosity
Find out more about the causes of casting porosity and the strategies employed to reduce…
Control Porosity with Processing Parameters
Part two of four in this series of webinars from NADCA explores the processing parameters and…
Control Porosity with Casting and Tooling Design
Part three of four in this webinar series exploring the problem of porosity in die-cast…
Predicting and Measuring Porosity
This webinar, the final in a series of four from NADCA, explores how to predict…
The Problems of Porosity in Castings and the Solution through Design and Vacuum Impregnation
Casting porosity is an unfortunate but well known phenomenon in the die-cast component manufacturing process that impacts on both component quality and functionality.
Water-Free Electrostatic Spray for High Pressure Die Casting
Technical Paper: Water-Free Electrostatic Spray for High Pressure Die Casting
Finding a Solution to the Eternal Problem of Porosity in Castings
Porosity in castings is a major problem for die casting engineers the world over which leads to a host of defects ranging from poor surface finishes to critical failures of pressure-tight components.
Casting Impregnation: Modern Processes
Vacuum impregnation is a reliable and permanent solution to the eternal problem of porosity in casting, a phenomenon that can ultimately lead to the failure of a finished component if porosity leads to a leak path forming.