3. Make sure that the rotating arm is balanced (follow the instructions provided in the User Manual).
4. Adjust the casting parameters (Acceleration, speed, casting time), using the table in the User Manual of the machine, this should be set with consideration what material is going to be cast. In this particular case, we used Manual mode with the parameters set as follows:
- Temperature 2000°C
- Emissivity: 80%
- Preheat: No
- Power: 95%
- Cast time: 3 Sec
- Speed (Rotation): 500rpm
- Torque (Acceleration): 0.1 Sec
- Vacuum: Yes
- Inert Gas: Yes
- Washing cycle: 4
- AutoCast: No
5. When using a program with parameters as described above, the operator should determine when to press the cast button when he sees the metal melted at around 98% of the ingot
6. The Titanium normally used in the Jeweler industry as well as Industrial application is normally pure metal at 99.750 % purity or at different grades of purity. Like all pure metals, Titanium has not a melting interval but a melting point. This melting point is around 1670 °C. To go over this melting point risks to give you a brittle result, so it is not useful for this purpose. The SuperCast casting machine has been designed to read and regulate the temperature of the metal (Alloy) which has a melting interval, but to do this operation it requires a time of permanence of the metal in the crucible as well as a short overheating of the metal itself. All this is not recommended for pure Titanium.