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Investment casting is ideal for parts that require tight tolerances, repeatability, and complex design characteristics. For parts that require particularly complex inner cavity configurations, our design engineers can incorporate a soluble core into the...
Investment casting is such a versatile manufacturing solution in part because the material options are nearly endless. Read more here!
As a manufacturer of hand tools, you’re looking for mass quantities, fast turnarounds, and cost efficiencies. Read this blog to learn how we helped this manufacturer convert their part from a machined ratchet to the investment casting process.
Kovar creates highly-reliable pressure and vacuum tight seals with hard glasses and low expansion ceramics. Read more here!
Design and purchasing engineers often find themselves searching for the right casting process, but sometimes they can be complimentary. Read more here!
Invar 36 is typically machined, but what many people don’t know is that it can be cast. Learn more here!
Looking for a strong, corrosion resistant alloy? Consisting primarily of nickel, chromium, and molybdenum, nickel-based alloys are among the most widely used investment casting materials. Learn more here!