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Investment Casting

Investment Casting (also known as lost wax casting) is a key technique among a range of modern metal casting techniques. It is capable of providing an economical means of mass producing shaped metal parts containing complex features such as thin wall, undercut contours and inaccessible spaces, which can be difficult or impossible to create using other fabrication method.

All steel and stainless-steel materials as well as aluminum alloys, brass and bronze can be cast, very close to the final shape, by means of the highly refractory ceramic shell.

Investment casting can make parts with close tolerances and high quality surfaces. 

Materials:  Steel, stainless steel , special alloyed steel (corrosion-, wear- and heat-resistant), aluminum, brass and bronze alloys according to DIN, ASTM, ISO, BS, JIS, SS, GB.


Weight Range:  10g up to 45kg


Dimensions:  800mmx500mmx300mm


Order Quantity:  small, medium and large series


Machining:  Machining Center, CNC, conventional machines, all current processing methods


Surface treatment:  Shot blasting ,hot-dip galvanizing, electrical galvanizing, chemical galvanizing, tumbling, powder coating, painting, polishing, passivation, vitrifying, etc.


Quality Control:  Chemical analysis, mechanical properties for tensile strength, yield stress, elongation, impact testing, pressure testing, 3-D co-ordinate CMC, metallography, magnetic particle flaw inspection, etc.

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