Sandcasting is a process for casting metal in sand molds. The mold is made by packing the sand around a pattern which can be machined or 3D-printed and is used only once. The sand is recycled after each use (with only small loss), so the process is efficient.
"We Pour Molten Metal into Useful Shapes in a Precise, Economical, & Timely Manner using Precision Sand Casting, No Bake (Air Set) Sand Casting &Permanent Mold Processes."
Our team provides comprehensive Prototyping, Pre-Production and Short-Run Production services.
We have expertise in CNC Machining, Finishing, and Assembly. It’s our high quality, engineering, and timely product deliveries that keep our customers coming back.
Our niche is making "Thin-Walled", "Smooth Surface" Precision Sand Castings that delight our customers.
Precision Sand Casting is a term we use for our proprietary method of the "green-sand" molding process. It is a process where our proprietary mixture of sand, clay, and water is packed around a "Positive" (typically a Matchplate) by hand, with power tools, or in a pneumatic machine, which will exert a compressive force to pack the grains of sand and clay close together to form each mold half.
The term "green-sand" implies that the sand binder is not cured by heating or chemical reactions.
No-Bake (Airset) Sand Casting is a process where our proprietary mixture of sand and plastic binder is packed around a "Positive" (typically a Wood Cope and Drag Set) by hand or with power tools which will exert a compressive force to pack the grains of sand and resin close together to form each mold half of the mold. We utilize this process for castings of 80-225 pounds. We utilize this process for producing “Large” castings; up to 64” x 64” x 18” in size and ranging from 40 to 225 pounds. provides castings for many medical applications: small to large, simple to complex, from hand-held devices to 200-lb. bases for medical systems. Aluminum castings provide the durability, security, and natural RF shielding as well as the desired aesthetics for vital medical components.
Please contact us at (561) 752-9095. Our highly skilled team of engineers and design technicians are ready to take on your most demanding Precision Sandcasting projects.