Casting aluminium into a variety of items is a straightforward, low-cost, and flexible process which is efficiently carried out in the ALUMINIUM DEOX CASTING PLANT. Aluminum casting has been used to make anything from power transmissions to vehicle engines to the cap atop the Washington Monument. Sand moulds are used to make the majority of castings, particularly big metal items. Each stage of the casting process necessitates the creation of casting moulds. To remove the design from the mould, a small taper must be utilised on surfaces perpendicular to the parting line. Negative shapes are used to create voids within castings.