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Investment casting

Investment casting, also known as lost-wax casting, is a process used to create complex metal parts that require a high level of accuracy and detail, it is a precision casting process in which a wax or plastic pattern is used to create a ceramic shell mold that is then filled with molten metal to produce a designed product. The process is widely used to create intricate shapes and designs, and can be used to produce parts ranging from a few ounces to hundreds of pounds.

Investment casting can produce parts with tight tolerances, excellent surface finish, and minimal post-processing required.Some industries that commonly use investment casting include aerospace, automotive, medical, and defense. Investment casting can produce a wide range of products, such as turbine blades, aircraft engine parts, dental implants, surgical instruments, and firearm components. It is also used in the jewelry industry to produce intricate designs.

Tooling Material Aluminum,45#, P20, H13, 718, 1.2344, 1.2738 and so on
Material 304, 316, 45#, 42CrMo4, 20#steel or as customers demand.
Casting Tolerance DIN 7168-m, CT9-CT10
Dimension 3mm to 2000mm
Tooling Life 50K pieces
Quality Test CMM
Part Weight from 3 g — 20kgs
Surface Treatment Mill-Finished, Powder Coating, Polishing, Brushing, etc.
Drawing format IGES, STEP, AutoCAD, SOLIDWORKS, STL, PTC Creo, DWG, PDF, etc..
Deep Processing CNC / Cutting / Punching / Checking / Tapping / Drilling / Milling


  1. High accuracy: Investment casting is known for its ability to produce parts with high precision and intricate detail. This is because the wax pattern used in the process can be molded to create the desired shape and texture, allowing for intricate designs to be replicated in the final product. Investment casting can produce parts with a high degree of consistency and repeatability, making it ideal for high-volume production.
  2. Versatility: Investment casting can be used to create a wide range of parts, from small, delicate pieces to large, complex components. And the process can be used to produce parts in a wide range of materials, including stainless steel, aluminum, bronze, and titanium, among others. This makes investment casting suitable for a variety of applications across industries such as aerospace, medical, and automotive.
  3. Excellent surface finish: Investment casting can produce parts with a smooth, high-quality surface finish, making it ideal for applications where aesthetics are important.
  4. Cost-effective : Investment casting is a cost-effective process, particularly for low- to medium-volume production runs. The process minimizes material waste and can produce parts with a high level of accuracy, reducing the need for costly post-processing work.


  1. Cost: Investment casting can be a costly process, particularly when compared to other casting methods such as sand casting.
  2. Limited size: Investment casting is typically limited to smaller parts due to the size limitations of the wax patterns used in the process.
  3. Time-consuming: The investment casting process can be time-consuming, requiring multiple steps and stages. This can make it less suitable for applications where speed is a priority.


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