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However, the most serious problem is that the final castings in the sequence will be poured slowly, perhaps too slowly, and so might suffer severe damage from air entrainment. The important precaution therefore is to ensure that the final casting is still poured sufficiently quickly that the minimum height in the pouring basin is still met. This is a key requirement, and will ensure that the final casting is good. Thus all of the filling design should be based on the filling conditions for the last casting.

Furthermore, the velocity of the melt is increased as the jet is compressed into the narrow exit from the sprue (this point is discussed in detail later). The elongated tapered basin system has been misguidedly chosen for its ease of moulding. There could hardly be a worse way to introduce metal to the mould. For very small castings weighing only a few grams, and where the sprue is only a few millimetres diameter, there is a strong element of control of the filling of the sprue by surface tension.

The sprue was assembled from a stack of tubular sand cores, accurately located by an annular stepped joint. Only one core box was required, but the central hole required a pile of separately turned loose pieces). The conventional use of ceramic tubes for the building of filling systems for steel castings was thereby avoided, with advantage to the quality of the casting. As an interesting aside, the appearance of this sprue after being broken from the mould was at first sight disappointing. It seemed that considerable sand erosion had occurred, causing the sprue to increase in diameter by over 10 mm (about 10 per cent).

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