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The process begins with the design of the cast iron decoration. This can be done by an in-house design team or commissioned from external designers.

Pattern Making:
A pattern, or mold, of the decoration is created. This can be made from various materials such as wood, metal, or plastic. The pattern is a replica of the final product and is used to create the mold for casting.

Mold Making:
The pattern is used to create a mold, which is usually made of sand mixed with a bonding agent. The mold is formed by packing the sand around the pattern to create a negative impression.

Molten wax or another material is poured into the mold to create a wax replica of the decoration. This is known as the wax pattern.

Melting and Pouring:
Cast iron is melted in a furnace. Once the metal is molten, it is poured into the ceramic mold.

The molten iron solidifies within the mold. The cooling process may take some time, depending on the size and complexity of the decoration.

Knocking Out:
After the cast iron has cooled and solidified, the ceramic shell is broken away, revealing the rough cast iron decoration.

The rough cast iron decoration undergoes finishing processes to achieve the desired appearance. This may involve grinding, sanding, or shot blasting to smooth the surface and remove any imperfections.

Surface Treatment:
The cast iron decoration may undergo surface treatments such as painting, powder coating, or patination to enhance its appearance and protect it from corrosion.

Quality Control:
The final products are inspected for quality and adherence to design specifications. Any defects or imperfections are addressed during this stage.

Packaging and Shipping:
Once the cast iron decorations have passed quality control, they are packaged for shipping to distributors, retailers, or directly to customers.
It's worth noting that the specific details of the production process may vary depending on the size and complexity of the cast iron decoration, as well as the techniques and equipment used by the manufacturer.

How Hand Made?

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