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Making a sand mold without a pattern

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In this case it's the multi piece core-box that avoids the need for draft. Casting in a core doesn't necessarily avoid draft. This whole molding session taken together for the particular purpose is very cool.  :clap:


--- Quote from: joshagrady on September 09, 2015, 12:27:31 PM ---Nice looking casting.

I assume that the advantage to using cores rather than a pattern is to avoid draft angles?  Or is it just faster?

Thanks for posting.

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Not only does it avoid draft, but the core boxes are much easier to make than a patern!

Regards, Matthew.


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