Metal Fabricating Glossary
- A part of the steelmaking process in which molten steel is poured into an open-ended mold, cooled by a series of rolls and cooling units, and shaped as a slab, bloom, or billet. This method of steelmaking eliminates the ingot stage.
- Wikipedia: continuous casting
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