Die Casting Process

Some articles on casting, die casting process, process, die casting, die castings:

Casting (performing Arts) - Casting Director - Smyth Casting
... In Ottawa, Canada's capital city, Smyth Casting agency provides a large database of people wanting to acquire work as a background or principal actor in television or movie productions filmed in ... Smyth Casting company was established in 2008 by founder Ilona Smyth ... performers that producers have access to through this casting agency ...
Casting Crowns - History - Until The Whole World Hears (2009-2011)
... Casting Crowns was one of the only American bands to ever have been invited to North Korea ... This was Casting Crowns second time invited to the Festival sponsored by Global Resource Services, the first time being in 2007 ... On August 30, 2009 Casting Crowns performed on Huckabee, Mike Huckabee's political show ...
Die Casting - Variants - Acurad
... Acurad was a die casting process developed by General Motors in the late 1950s and 1960s ... directional solidification with the fast cycle times of the traditional die casting process ... The process pioneered four breakthrough technologies for die casting thermal analysis, flow and fill modeling, heat treatable and high integrity die castings, and indirect squeeze casting ...
Casting (performing Arts) - Casting Director - Casting Society of America (CSA)
... The significant organization of professional screen and theater casting in the US is the Casting Society of America (CSA), but membership is optional ... Casting Directors organized in 2005 and became members of a collective bargaining unit, the Hollywood Teamsters Local 399 (Location Managers Guild of America) ...

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