Metal prototypes are produced with the latest technology in 3D modeling and precision prototype casting processes.
Our team can deliver a 3D wax or 3D-printed model of your part for quick design validation or cast your design in metal so you can quickly evaluate its fit, form, and function.
Why limit yourself to the costly and often time consuming process of machining prototypes out of bar stock or fabricating prototypes as complex weldments. Simplify your prototype process by using our investment castings.
Listed below are our most commonly poured alloys. We pour over 150 different alloys, one of the broadest alloy selections for investment castings in the industry. For example, we can pour non ferrous alloys to produce brass, bronze, copper base and aluminum investment castings as well as ferrous alloys to produce carbon steel, tool steel, nickel base, cobalt base and stainless steel castings. Our broad selection of alloys helps you to select the alloy that is best suited for your Stainless Steel Castings or Aluminum Investment Casting and will meet your performance requirements. No other process offers as many alloys to choose from as the investment casting process. Our Metallurgical and Engineering staff are available at any time to answer any questions you may have about a particular alloy or any application. From aluminum investment castings to low alloy investment castings to stainless steel investment castings, we have the alloy that will best meet your needs.
|Carbon Steel||Stainless Steel||Tool Steel|
|1000 Series||300 Series||“A” Series|
|4100 Series||400 Series||“D” Series|
|4300 Series||17-4 Stainless||“H” Series|
|8600 Series||“M” Series|
|52100 Series||“O” Series|
|Nickel Base||Copper Base||Cast Iron|
|Monel (Grades)||13-B Silicon Brass||Grey Iron, Cl. 30|
|Ni Alloy C (Grades)||Evendur Brass|
Please contact us at (561) 752-9095. Our highly skilled team of engineers and design technicians are ready to take on your most demanding Investment Castings projects.