Brass Investment Casting Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of brass investment casting companies and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source brass investment casting manufacturers with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate brass investment casting companies that will design, engineer, and provide brass investment casting for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading brass investment casting companies. View company profiles, website links, locations, phone number, product videos, customer reviews, product specific news articles and other production information. We are a leading manufacturer directory who will connect you with the right manufacturers whether you are looking for brass investment metal alloys, molten brass casting, or brass investment replication.

  • Cleveland, OH

    Brass investment casting is one of our many specialty services. We make sure that our customers’ needs are met from the first day they contact us to delivery day of your products and beyond. We are investors in our customers and we will always provide you with the best solutions to all of your industrial needs. Contact us for more info today!

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  • Waterville, OH

    At Rimer Enterprises we use our own tooling shop to create your brass investment castings as well as similar casting styles or specifications. Our recently expanded facility greatly increases both our operations and our capacity. Working closely with a variety of industries, we're in the perfect position to offer quality products that meet your every requirement.

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  • Lewis Center, OH

    Turn to MES, Inc. for top of the line investment casting. Our fairly priced solutions are long lasting and designed with your needs in mind. We are a leading provider of investment casting and our teams have a wide range of experience offering these services for various industries. If you would like more information then please give us a call today!

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  • Londonberry, NH

    We offer affordable brass investment casting and our high performance solutions will last for many years to come. These uncompromising products have value-added qualities and we can tailor these items to meet the needs of your applications.

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  • Strausstown, PA

    Providing investment castings (lost wax castings) is our purpose. We build the tool plus make and machine the castings, regardless if it's a single-piece order or a high-volume 10,000+-pieces-in-a-week necessity. We offer 100 different alloys. We've cast pump and valve parts plus many other parts.

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  • Minneapolis, MN

    Our brass investment casting comes with unprecedented quality. It is our mission here at Invest Cast to exceed all of your expectations. We offer a number of metal finishing services including: electroplating, powder & electro-coating, galvanized & chrome plating, painting, blackening, antiquing, anodizing, oxidizing, electro-polishing, and more. Please give us a call today!

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Brass Investment Casting

Brass investment casting is the manufacturing process that creates parts through the metallic replication of wax models. Investment casting using molten brass results in a final product that is very smooth and detailed without flash or parting lines. This technique creates parts that are precise and lightweight. A variety of metal alloys may be used, including aluminum, steel and gold.

Almost any castable metal may be investment cast. The investment casting process lends itself well to parts from a few grams to a few hundred pounds; most parts, however, are 15 pounds or less. The main drawback to investment casting is that it is more expensive than other manufacturing methods. The equipment cost is typically lower than other methods and after the parts are produced they require little finishing or machining. Brass castings are used in many applications; metal parts are used industrially, commercially and domestically everyday. Investment casting has been used for jewelry making for hundreds of years but is finding modern use in a wide variety of applications including dental and medical tools, engines, couplings, fittings, pipes, propellers and thousands of other examples in the plumbing, aerospace, automotive, dental, medical, chemical, electrical, construction, mining, food processing, telecommunication, military, sports and other industries.

The first step in investment casting is creating a master die out of wax. This wax pattern can be carved by hand or machine or may be produced through injection molding. The die is an exact replica of the part that is to be produced. It is attached to a wax rod called a sprue. Several hundred wax patterns may be attached to the same sprue or it may be a single pattern. When the master dies are firmly attached, the assembly is inverted and dipped into a ceramic slurry called the investment. It may be dipped multiple times to achieve an even coating and the desired thickness. An alternative method is to mount the assembly in a flask and to pour in the investment. The investment is then left to dry, which requires a number of hours unless the process is aided by a fan or vacuum. After it has dried completely, the assembly is inverted and baked in an oven or furnace in order to melt or vaporize the wax. The mold is heated more than necessary to guarantee that there is no moisture or residual wax inside that would interfere with the liquid brass that is then poured into the space left by the wax. In order to thoroughly fill the mold, the molten metal can be drawn in through vacuum, positive air pressure or centrifugal casting methods. Sometimes the force of gravity is enough. The brass cools and once it has hardened into a solid, the investment mold is removed to release the brass casting inside.

Brass Investment Casting
Brass Investment Casting
Brass Investment Casting - Rimer Enterprises, Inc.
Brass Investment Casting - Rimer Enterprises, Inc.