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Our casting capabilities are extensive and we can help you select the best method for your product. We have the ability to provide turnkey solutions including subassemblies where applicable.
We have casting capabilities both on shore and off shore. Right shoring products can be affected by many factors such as tooling budgets, volume, maturity, freight, labor content in both casting and finishing, and engineering considerations. We can assist you in clarifying the various factors in your sourcing decisions.
Sand casting is one of the most common ways of casting materials, and is relatively inexpensive. There are a few different processes for this type of casting, including vacuum molding and air set.
Investment casting, also known as lost wax casting, uses wax molds to create different parts, and is commonly used for stainless steel alloys, brass, aluminum and carbon steel.
If you have a continuous need for a certain type of assembly, a permanent mold may be the choice for you. Permanent molds are usually created out of metal for pieces that can be created repetitively.
In die casting, molten metal is forced into a mold cavity that is created out of hardened tool steel dies. It is best used for high-volume production, due to costs.
Metal Injection Molding (MIM)
By combining finely powdered metal with a binder material, can be molded by plastic processing equipment. This is often the best choice for high-volume products that are small and intricate.
In forging, a hammer or die is used on hot metal to create the finalized product.