Induction melting relies on using a
conductive metal, placed into a non-
conductive crucible which is well
insulated. The crucible is then placed
inside an induction coil (See picture)
and the current is activated to reduce
the material to a liquid.
Melting is usually used in casting
operations, which requires the metal to
be in its molten form prior to forming.
The benefit of induction melting, is the
clean and consistent results which are