Industrial Foundry Patternmaking is a process that goes beyond the traditional CNC machining. It involves creating patterns out of metals by using a variety of tools, including mills, lathes, and hammers. This process is used to create parts for products like jets, turbines, and engines.

Industrial foundry patternmaking injuries can be caused by a variety of objects that are thrown into the forge, such as pieces of metal or wood. The most common type of injury is an eye injury, which can be caused when molten metal or other materials are thrown into the eye. Other types of injury include burns, cuts, and bruises. Injuries in the industrial foundry patternmaking process can range in severity from minor to life-threatening.

If you have been injured in a foundry patternmaking accident, it is important to contact an attorney. A lawyer can help you understand your rights and how the law works in your case.