VERTINI RF1.4 Brush Titanium / Chrome Lip
TILT CASTING PROCESS
This process minimizes the bubbling effect aluminum and Reduces air pockets.
In tilt casting, the metal is poured into a holding cup while the mold is in its horizontal position. Then, with a preset cycle time, the casting machine raises to a vertical position, allowing the metal to enter the die cavity at a slow, continuous pour rate. The tilt-pour method is a good choice for general casting purposes because of it’s feed/gate flexibility which allows for a wide variety of casting shapes.
SPIN FORMING PROCESS
Stretching results in an improved grain structure of the aluminum, which makes for a stronger, thinner, and lighter forged-like rim barrel.
The final product is more durable on impact end enhances overall vehicle performance.