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  1. I'm a foundry consultant mostly working with steel and nickel-base castings, looking for a fast and easy simulation program to verify methods quickly. Click2Cast is one of my favorites and I did watch almost all videos available on the net to learn about the capability of the program. There's one requirement I have, and didn't see in any video. Is it possible to use different thicknesses of sleeves and chillers on the same casting? If so, how can this be done? For the placements of chillers, which are not covering an entire surface, it seems necessary to attach bosses in the STL with the size of the chillers and a very small height, like 0,5 mm. Is that a correct way to place local chillers or is there an other method? Thanks for your answer. BR Franz
  2. Click2Cast 4.0

    We are pleased to announce the official release of Click2Cast v4.0. This version, introduces multiple enhancements including: The Additional Components option including a Core, Chiller, Sleeve, and a second Mold Material. Thanks to the new virtual mold, now users can analyze the mold temperature under Solidification Results. Investment casting process. Gravity casting settings have been remodeled and now, in addition to Filling time, it is possible to entering new settings as spoon height and flow rate. New Shrinkage Porosity result. Now it is possible see and analyze the real size of the porosity result in different percentages. You can request a free trial now,here.