Cup Core Box
With the increased usage of molten metal
filters, a need has arisen for a simple, productive means to produce
standard pouring cups for these filters. This item is ideal for green sand
and no-bake molding floors where there is insufficient time to custom
produce pouring cups or the like and where insulating sleeves used for
filtering are too expensive.
Keel Block Mold Core Box
block molds in a pouring areas are still a very common requirement in
ferrous foundries. Our keel block core box makes making these molds easy.
Simply fill up the box with no-bake sand, allow it to cure, flip it over,
and dump the core. This super slick urethane box eliminates mold release,
sanding, and the general maintenance generally associated with tooling for
Patented nbsp;Pouriniz-Filteriniz-Riser-Basins are
specifically designed to assist foundries in pouring and filtering their
metals. These no-bake basins are used in greensand and flaskless molding,
and they are strong enough for pouring steel. Each basin is designed for a
specific filter, and combines pouring, filtering and even risering into one
step. Since air-set molding has opened the door for a better and easier way
of making castings, our pouring basins will help you even more to cut cost.
During our testing for better products we developed a remarkable new plastic
- the "SUPER-SLICK-PLASTIC." Nothing
sticks to this new material, and it outlasts steel in wear resistance many
Our patented Cope & Drag Inserts create a quick,
simple and accurate alignment of cope & drag mold halves. They eliminate the
need for line up cores, are easily installed and guarantee a perfect match.
Use them on matchplates, matchboards, insert or cope & drag boards, in
molding boxes for flaskless molding, on automatic molding machines for core
alignment, etc. . . . Once you have used them and have experienced the
efficiency and time savings they provide, you will use them for all your
mounted patterns. Two or three inserts are all it takes to correct any wear
on pins or misalignment problems you may have. They work independent from
alignment pins, are mounted next to patterns, and create holes and
corresponding buttons in each mold half. They are used in greensand, airset
/ no-bake molding, in vacuum molding for sandcastings, on automatic molding
machines, and many other ways. We have two different styles of inserts:
style "A" and style "B". Both have mounting rims, which guarantee the
correct depth of the female insert. These rims and the additional height of
the male insert leave impressions in the sand, which become sand traps,
necessary for flaskless molding. They also make it possible to use either
insert half on the cope or drag side.
"A" Inserts consist of two
parts: one male and one female. They are used in two ways: mounted on
matchboards one above the other, or separated like on cope & drag boards or
molding boxes. They are available in 4 sizes and 3 different depths, and are
made out of ABS plastic.
Style "B" Inserts consist
of two parts, specially designed for matchplates and matchboards including
automatic molding machines. Both halves telescope together, and interlock at
the parting line in a hole through plates or boards of various thickness.
Their interlocking creates the deepest matching
buttons possible. On 3/8" or 1/2" thick plates they produce 3/4" or 1" deep
buttons. They can be mounted from either side, and one screw will keep both
halves securely mounted. Stvle "B" Inserts are made out of a tough new,
non-sticking and acid-resisting plastic, and are available in 3 sizes and 2
To be able to install our inserts easily into
wood, we have designed a cutter holder with a long I/2" diameter pilot and
interchangeable cutting blades for all sizes of our inserts.
Also available is a short Video tape explaining
the advantages of our inserts, showing how to install them, and when to use
style "A" or style "B" inserts.
As tested by a pattern maker with over forty
years experience, we have designed, tested and retested our inserts, and
guarantee them to be the fastest and easiest way of creating perfect
alignment of mold halves for the best quality castings possible.