Billet Engine Blocks – Carving the strongest blocks from a cube of solid aluminum

A typical engine block from a car manufacturer is cast from molten aluminum using the Lost Wax Method. The other way to do it is to carve a block out of a single block of aluminum with a CNC machine. The billet engine is typically much stronger.

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