Casting can save a lot of machining cost for big volume parts or complex parts, Our casting partner make the draft parts first, and then we do finish machining to achieve the tolerance and surface finishing, by this we can save material cost, machining cost and timing.
Casting is the manufacturing process in which a liquid material is usually poured into a mold. The basic steps involved in making castings are pattern-making, molding, melting and pouring, shakeout and cleaning, heat treating, and inspection. Precision and tolerances that can be achieved through the computerized automated design process and modern methods for producing the detailed cores and molds. Secondary processing: additional processing may include machining, coating, etc.
No matter what casting method your project requires, our hand-in-hand partners consistently deliver high-quality cast metal parts that meet or exceed expectations.