Investment casting (also called as the lost-wax process) yields a finely detailed and accurate product. The process is regarded as a precision casting process to fabricate near-net shaped metal parts poured from almost any alloy including: stainless steel, aluminum, brass, bronze and copper. Investment casting gives excellent tolerance, good cast surface finish, excellent cast details and reduced machining.
- Molding: Wax Process.
- Furnaces: Induction Furnaces, Oil Fired, Heat Treatment Furnaces for annealing, quench & temper.
- Fettling/Cleaning Equipment: Sand Blasting, Shot Blasting, Chemical Cleaning, Pickling, Grinders.
- Testing: Spectrometer, Chemical Wet Analysis, Microscope, Radiography, X-Ray, hardness Tests, Tensile, Impact testing, Land Testing, Mold/Core Hardness Tests, Magna-flux Crack detector, Leak/Pressure Testing.
- Secondary Operation Facilities: Machining- CNC, VMC, HMC & Conventional Painting, Powder Coating, Plating-Zinc, Nickel, Chrome, Tin, etc.
Investment Casting Range:
Process: Investment Casting
Weight: Upto 65 kgs single piece
Size: Up to 300mm length
Material: Over 150 different types of alloys including Iron, Steel, Stainless Steel, etc.