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The casting process is an essential manufacturing process to efficiently produce complex shapes. Casting is a process in which liquified material is poured into the cavity of a specially designed mold. The molten metal will solidify in the mold and then move onto the next process. Volumes and tolerances can dictate the casting process that is utilized. The various casting processes that we specialize in are sand castings, investment castings, permanent mold castings and die castings. Sand castings can be well suited for lower volume runs and fabricating large component parts. Investment castings have a higher degree of accuracy than sand castings, are better for thin walled parts with complex geometries and have a higher quality surface finish. Permanent mold casting is generally best suited for materials with lower melting temperatures such as zinc, copper, magnesium and aluminum alloys. Permanent mold castings can have tighter dimensional accuracy as well as excellent surface finish, and generally have a lower percentage of rejections. The high initial set up cost can make permanent mold casting unsuitable for small production runs. Die casting is best for higher volume, tight size and shape tolerance component parts and generally reduces the need for post machining.

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  • Horizontal Machining Centers
  • Vertical Machining Centers
  • CNC Lathes
  • Robotic Machining Centers
  • Special Turning Centers

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  • Grinding, Threading, Broaching, Flattening, Bending, Welding, Heat Treating, Painting, Plating, Anodizing


  • Castings: Grey Iron, Ductile Iron, Steel, Stainless Steel, Brass, Bronze, Aluminum, Titanium
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