The wax assemblies are dipped into a controlled ceramic slurry using state of the art robotics. The assemblies are drained and coated with a dry fusable ceramic media that begins with a fine powder like substance on the first coat. Subsequent coats are put on the assemblies using courser media until a shell is formed around the wax assemblies that averages to thick. After the ceramic dries, the wax is removed, using pressurized steam, melting the wax and allowing it to drain into a container. The wax will be recycled for use in future wax pattern assembly production. The resulting cavities in the ceramic shell provide an accurate copy of the original wax patterns that will be used for producing metal components of



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