Corrosion Resistance of Stainless Steel Casting

Stainless steel provides superior corrosion and a surface area highly desirable for applications where the strength of iron and the resistance properties of chromium are needed along with a identifiable finish suitable for both industrial and commercial needs. So stainless steel is widely served for investment castings. What Causes Corrosion? Only metals such as gold and platinum are found naturally in a pure form – normal metals only exist in nature combined with other elements. Corrosion is therefore a natural…

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When to Use Investment Casting?

when to use investment casting

When you have a project of metal parts at hand, you may be puzzled at the production process. As an investment casting expert, we are familar with investment casting technique, and also well know other metalworking process. We can help you to decide whether your component is a good design to be investment cast. You just need to send us the drawing or old sample, then we can help you to select a right solution, and offer you our best…

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Benefits of Making Investment Castings in China

investment castings made in China

No matter if you are the end user or dealer for your investment casting project, creating quality products while keeping costs down is often done by making them in China. In the past years, China has grown to become a major economic power. Much has changed for the country since the government decided to open up for international trade and embrace world market. China’s economic wheel began to turn very fast. China’s large population plays a crucial role in benefits…

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Investment Casting vs. Die Casting

die casting

Casting is a method pouring melton metal into mold for desired dimensions. Investment casting and die casting are the two major types of casting. According to the advantages and disadvantages of each process, they are used to make different kinds of products. So how investment casting compares to die casting? Investment Casting Investment casting is also called precision casting, or lost wax casting. The process starts from creating a wax pattern like the shape of desired component. Attaching the wax…

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Investment Casting vs. Sand Casting

Investment casting vs sand casting

Investment Casting and sand casting are two different metal casting methods of creating metal components both by pouring liquid metal into moulds. Because both investment casting and sand casting have their own benefits, so we can not say which is better, just for different application. As an investment casting manufacturer, we are often asked by our customers about the difference between investment casting and sand casting. Here is a article about the comparision of these two processes. Investment Casting Investment casting…

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Quotation Guideline

investment casting quotation guideline

Once casting process is decided to make your new designed product. Request for quotation is the first step to start a investment casting parts. As a investment casting manufacturer, we well know what is needed when quotation. Of course, more information is better to state your requirements. Below we would like to discuss how to send a FRQ to an investment casting foundry. Drawing or sample: For your precise cast component, when you contact an investment casting foundry, pls ensure the…

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Investment Casting Advantages

Investment casting, also known as lost-wax casting, is a manufacturing process that has been used for thousands of years. With the ability to create products with exceptional accuracy and versatility, investment casting remains a crucial aspect of manufacturing today. Here at CFS Foundry, we pride ourselves on providing high-quality investment casting services. This article will explore the significant advantages of investment casting and why it continues to be a preferred choice for many industries. The Top Advantages of Investment Casting…

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