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Honorable Mention


Sprayer Boom Mount American Castings LLC., Pryor, Oklahoma


Material: Ductile iron (80-55-06). Process: Horizontal green sand molding. Weight: 150 lbs. Dimensions: 32 x 58 x 12 in. Application: Cradle/support boom for agriculture equipment.


• The sprayer boom support casting is a weldment-to- casting project, eliminating two weldments with 10 chihild parld parts ea h, as well as t o castings, and 16 bolts, nuts and washers.


ts each, as well as two castings, and 16 bolts, nuts and washers.


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• The new casting design realized a 10% price savings and 20% weight reductio while delivering strain reductions of 43-220% and an average 3.9% per- station reduction in assembly time due to increased manufacturabilit


The new casting design realized a 10% price savings and 20% weight reduction while delivering strain reductions of 43-220% and an average 3.9% per- station reduction in assembly time due to increased manufacturability.


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Brokk Inc. | Monroe WA | 1-360-794-1277 info@brokkinc.com | www.brokk.com


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