Die casting isn’t always the right process when you’re manufacturing service-level quantities, so we’ve given you another option.
Material selection: one of the most important aspects of the casting process. This guide outlines many materials and helps you determine the right fit.
While sand casting is ideal for lower production volumes, the transition to permanent mold results in more benefits and can be just as affordable.
We faced a challenge in manufacturing large aluminum parts, one that risked our efficiency and safety. We took this as an opportunity to improve our processes with the robot cell.
One of our top priorities at Custom Castings is creating an engaging and transparent workplace that builds a better environment and contributes to positive customer experience.
Solidification software helps us drive toward highly manufacturable and efficient designs – this allows us to not only predict the future, but to rewrite it by fixing problems before they occur.
We’ve come up with five tips to help improve the manufacturability of your part when designing for the permanent mold casting process.
Here’s what you need to know about casting design and all things involved: get in touch with us as soon as possible. Our solidification software runs simulations of your parts in action and allows to fix problem areas before even beginning production.
On the surface, large part batches sound like a good idea. But, beneath it come several opportunities for error. Learn why smaller part batches contribute to low customer costs and deliver defect-free parts.
Our horizontal machining center cell is designed to produce parts – fast. Learn about how it works and why it helps us maintain efficiency and get your products to you on time.