Australia's Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization says North American auto makers are evaluating its new casting technology that offers the industry a technical boost in the move to make lighter, more fuel-efficient vehicles. Named T-Mag, the technology was developed by CSIRO's Light Metals Flagship project and allows super-light magnesium alloys to be cast into high-integrity, high-strength automotive components. Low-production costs make T-Mag castings ...

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