Each mold and core element of the aluminum alloy, twin-turbo V12 engine was designed, simulated, and produced for prototype testing.
With the heightened awareness that quality control principles have spawned in manufacturing, it is a rare foundry that has not adopted one or more of the standard methods for inspecting finished castings: visual inspection, hydrostatic pressure testing, magnetic particle inspection, ultrasonic testing, dye penetrant inspection, or radiography (or even computed tomography/aka CT scanning.) Each has particular strengths and advantages, depending on the casting buyers’ needs or ...
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