Molten metal from an induction furnace is fed directly. into a mold with the required shape (1). The molten metal enters the die through a series of holes in the upper portion of the mold. Heat is extracted by the water-cooled jacket surrounding the mold, and the metal solidifies.
The continuous casting process allows a precious metal or metal alloy to be partially shaped, cooled, and then stretched before it is finally solidified into the shape it is meant to be, often using a vertical type continuous casting machine. Here is the process: Molten metal is ladled or fed into a mold of the shape required.
It includes normal continuous casting and vacuum continuous casting. Hasung mostly produces high level quality vacuum continuous casting machine for high end precious metals wires or alloys.