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Martin Bajčičák and Roland Šuba

References 1. GATTO, A., IULIANO, L. 2001. Evaluation of inserts for modular thermoplastic injection moulds produced by spin casting. Journal of Materials Processing Technology, pp. 411-416. 2. WANG, J., et al. 2004. Rapid tooling for zinc spin casting using arc metal spray technology. Journal of Materials Processing Technology, pp. 283-288. 3. FETECAU, C. 2006. Applications of silicone rubber for Spin casting of ZnAl alloys. Materiale Plastice, pp. 190-193. 4. HUAN, Z., JORDAAN, G.D. 2003

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Martin Bajčičák and Roland Šuba

References 1. BEZNÁK, M., BAJČIČÁK, M., ŠUBA, R. 2009. The study of silicon moulds thermal loading during spin casting of zinc alloys. Research papers Faculty of Materials Science and Technology Slovak University of Technology in Trnava, No 27. 2. HUAN, Z., JORDAAN, G.D. 2005. Air-cooling induced from spinning of spin-casting moulds. Applied Thermal Engineering, pp.1183-1194. 3. HUAN, Z., JORDAAN, G.D. 2004. Galerkin finite element analysis of spin casting cooling process. Applied Thermal Engineering, pp. 95

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D. Kalisz

mold slag in continuous casting. Archives of Materials Science and Engineering. (in print) 2013. [9] www.factsage.com [10] K.C. Mills, The Estimation of Slag Proporties of Slags. Short course presented as part of Southern African Pyrometallurgy (2011). [11] Paavo Hooli, Doctoral Thesis, University of Technology, Department of Material Science and Engineering, TKK - MT -195, Espoo 2007. [12] M. Nakamoto, Y. Miyabayashi, L. Holappa, T. Tanaka, Amodel of Aluminosilicats Melts Containing Alkali Oxides ISIJ

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A.A. Shumkov, T.R. Ablyaz and K.R. Muratov

-912). [7] Zhou, C., Chen, Y. & Waltz, R.A. (2009). Optimized Mask Image Projection for Solid Freeform Fabrication. ASME Journal of Manufacturing Science and Engineering . 1s31(6), 1-19. [8] Pastirčák, R., Sládek, A. & Kucharčíková, E. (2015). The Production of Plaster Molds with Patternless Process Technology. Archives of Foundry Engineering . 15(2), 91-94. [9] Budzik, G., Marciniec, A., Markowski, T., Oleksy, M. Cygnar, M. (2009). The Geometrical Precision of the Silicone Matrices to the Manufacturing of the Models of the Gear. Archives of Foundry

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H. Kania and J. Gawor

References S. Diehl, J. A. Moore, R. J. Phillips, Steelmaking Conf. Proc., Nashville 78 , 351-354 1995. H. Kania et al., Proprietary project PW-0043/BW: Composite mould powders improving the quality of cast slab. E. Takeuchi, J. K. Brimacombe, The Formation of Oscillation Marks in the Continuous Casting of Steel Slabs, Metallurgical Transactions B 15B , 493-509 (1984). E. Takeuchi, J. K. Brimacombe, Effect of Oscillation-Mark Formation on the Surface

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H. Kania and K. Nowacki

-625 (1985). [4] T. Emi et al., Influence of Physical and Chemical Properties of Mould Powders on the Solidification and Occurrence of Surface Defects of Strand Cast Slabs, Proceedings of National Open Hearth and Basic Oxygen Steel Conference 61 , 350-361 (1978). [5] K.D. Schmidt et al., Steel Research International 74 , 11-12, 659-666 (2003). [6] J.-P. Birat et al., The Continuous Casting Mold: A Basic Tool for Surface Quality and Strand Productivity, Steelmaking Conference Proceedings 74 , 39-40 (1991

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Noémi Rita Soós and Ödön János Soós

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The main objective of this paper is to show the advantages of advanced manufacturing, such as high speed machining (HSM), for the active plates of injection molds. The goal of the experiment is to push the machine and the tools to the limit without reducing the surface quality of the manufactured part. The parts that are machined in this experiment are the active components of bucket injection mold. The mold core and nest is composed of several plates that have to form a whole when mounted together.

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A. Chojecki and J. Mocek

References Monroe R. (2005). Porosity in Castings. AFS Trans. Paper 05-245 (04). Zych, J., Głazowski, K. & Krzywoń B. (2005). Nakłucia w odlewach motoryzacyjnych wytwarzanych z żeliwa sferoidalnego w technologii in-mold. In. Trans. of the Int. Conference of Founders, 7-9. Mai (195-204). Zakopane-Kościelisko. Scraber, P., Bates, C. & Griffin, J. (2006). Avoiding gas defects through mold and core package design. Modern Casting. 96 (12), 38-40. Chojecki, A

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H. Kania and K. Nowacki

during Continuous Casting of Ultra-Low-Carbon Steel Slabs, Metallurgical and Materials Transactions 37A , 1597÷1611. (2006). [4] J.K. Brimacombe, K. Sorimachi, Crack formation in the continuous casting of steel, The continuous casting of steel billets, blooms and slabs a short cours, South Africa, Vanderbijlpark 8B , 489÷505, July 1994. [5] B. Mairy, D. Ramelot, M. Dutrieux, L. Deliege, M. Nourricier, J. Dellieu, Mould lubrication nad oscillation monitoring for optimizing continuous casting, 5 th Proc. Technol. Conf., Detroit Meeting Measurement and

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G. Skorulski

made by different methods of RP impeller foundry patterns. Archives of Foundry Engineering. 7(2), 83-86. [5] Jesiotr, M., & Myszka, D. (2013). Thermal Analysis of Selected Polymer Materials for Precision Casting Models Archives of Foundry Engineering. 13(2), 61-64. [6] Chhabra, M., & Singh, R. (2011). Investigation of Optimum Shell Wall Thickness of Digitally Produced Shell Moulds for Brass Casting Using ZCast Direct Metal Casting Process. MIT International Journal of Mechanical Engineering. 1(2), 84-92. [7] Suzuki, K. (1998). The high