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An object made by pouring molten metal or other material into a mould.‘bronze castings’
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- ‘The fuel contents are mixed in 600 gallon bowls, then poured into castings to form a solid.’
- ‘Some elements of the structure have been totally recast and some new castings were made by taking dimensions from the Westbourne Avenue fountain.’
- ‘All the works were unique iron castings; he handled the metal as if it were water.’
- ‘The castings produced by them can vary in weight from ounces up to several hundredweights.’
- ‘He plans to make nine bronze castings up to 8 feet tall, which will be installed singly or in groups among the buildings.’
- ‘Mechanical properties of permanent mold castings can be further improved by heat treatment.’
- ‘While the artist understands how to cast objects in bronze, she has skilled workers in a foundry to make the bronze castings she needs.’
- ‘Some of these steels, as well as other, similar steels, are produced as forgings or castings.’
- ‘The Krishna theme is conveyed through the medium of woodcarvings, metal castings and ivory carvings.’
- ‘These areas in southern Nigeria still produce large amounts of bronze castings.’
- ‘For thousands of years, in fact, foundry workers have made bronze castings of clay models made by sculptors.’
- ‘Glass panels hung beneath the diagonal grid are point fixed by spider castings and silicon sealed.’
- ‘The decorative castings were produced at HMS Sultan in Gosport last summer in what was the last working foundry in the Armed Forces.’
- ‘Besides it melting abilities, the team have designed the apparatus to produce high-quality platinum castings.’
- ‘Most manufacturers will also use solid brass castings, screws and bolts in the construction of their furniture.’
- ‘After the castings were attached, the entire frame was gilded in antique gold.’
- ‘His scrapers are similarly of delicate and elegant construction with bronze castings, some incised.’
- ‘His work ranges from busts to monumental castings commissioned by civic, church, or corporate clients.’
- ‘My products are items like metal casting, ball valve and other plumb fitting accessories widely used by all residential properties.’
- ‘Ropes stopped the castings tipping over at this delicate stage.’
- ‘Michelozzo was responsible for the architectural design and also helped to make the bronze castings for parts of the pulpit.’
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