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- Apr 21, 2020
Conversion to Ductile Iron Improves Durability and Eliminates Warranty Claims
To improve durability and wear of components assembled on commercial zero-turn mowers, Waupaca Foundry collaborated with both the machining supplier and the OEM. In short, multi-piece steel weldments were converted to single ductile iron castings.
#ductile #engineering #off-highway
- Apr 17, 2020
Out-of-the-Box Thinking Leads to Robust Feeder Housing Assembly
Using lessons learned from a past design success, Waupaca Foundry collaborated with a global leader in farm equipment and ag technology on a high-capacity combine. Our recommendation for a solution was somewhat counter-intuitive—increase the number of parts on the feeder housing assembly.
#oem #off-highway #vave
- May 02, 2019
Lightweighting Achieved Through Design Optimization and High-Strength Ductile Iron
Waupaca Foundry in collaboration with Hitachi Metals design engineers developed a solution to meet weight reduction requirements by redesigning and optimizing the shape of the part using a high-strength ductile iron material.
#automotive #ductile #engineering #epa #lightweighting
- Dec 03, 2018
Risk Avoidance and a Fast Turn with 3D Printing
Waupaca Foundry leveraged 3D printing to provide an improved casting design 2-3 weeks ahead of the customer’s lead time. This solution offered the customer flexibility to test the design faster, mitigated risk, and provided a cost savings.
#3dprinting #oem #off-highway
- Jan 08, 2018
ECO-PARK Created with Foundry Sand
Thousands of tons of foundry sand that could no longer be reconditioned and reused to make molds avoided the landfill and was instead put to good use. That sand is now benefitting the community of Waupaca, Wisconsin through a unique development project.