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Casting Foundries and Companies

IQS Directory implements a thorough list of casting foundries and companies. Utilize our listing to examine and sort top casting foundries with previews of ads and detailed descriptions of each product. Any casting foundry can design, engineer, and manufacture castings to meet your company's specific qualifications. An easy connection to reach casting foundries through our fast request for quote form is provided on our website. The company information includes website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information. Customer reviews are available and product specific news articles. This source is right for you whether it's for a manufacturer of aluminum die castings, magnesium die castings, or zinc die castings.

  • Hercules, CA 510-741-3170

    As one of the top precision aluminum die casting companies in the United States, A&B Casting is committed to finding innovative solutions to customer needs. We love to accept the challenging jobs that other casting companies are scared to. Specializing in low to medium volume/high quality solutions, we provide the highest precision products at fair, competitive prices.

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  • Somerset, NJ 732-246-0070

    At our casting foundry we melt, copper, zinc, aluminum, magnesium and so much more, to manufacture products that are usable by the consumers. Some of the products that we create are, Lead Screws, Telecommunication Hardware, Electrical Hardware, and Cast Gears to name a few. We have a talented group of individuals who melt, pour, and who break the mold.

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  • Lewis Center, OH 740-201-8112

    Here at MES, Inc. we are a full-service global manufacturing and supply chain. We offer a number of different types of die castings including aluminum die casting, zinc die casting, investment die casting and much more. It is our mission to exceed your expectations. We always keep your production goals in mind which is why we will quickly deliver all of your products.

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  • Mira Loma, CA 951-681-3900

    ADC has been in industry leader as a casting foundry since 1950. We use state of the art die casting, CNC equipment, and rigorous quality assurance and inspection equipment to provide the customer with the best experience possible. It is the mission of ADC to meet or exceed our customer's expectations in quality, delivery, and performance.

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  • Terre Haute, IN 812-232-0007

    Modern Aluminum Castings offers customers full-service die castings and related capabilities from design to delivery. We work with a large variety of metal options, making us your one-stop source. For your complete finishing needs we also offer heat treatments, coatings, machining and surface treatments such as vibratory finishes and shot blasting services.

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  • Minneapolis, MN 651-645-3611

    Exceptional customer service and high quality products is what has been keeping the TCDC name alive since 1919. All of our products go through rigorous testing under the eyes of our quality control team before even leaving our facilities to ensure exceptional quality. We do in-house patterns. Contact us today for further information!

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Casting Foundries

A casting foundry, simply put, is a factory that specializes in the production and manufacturing of metal castings. Casting foundries tend to work with a wide range of industries and an even wider range of applications. In addition to working with a number of different industries and applications, casting foundries also have extensive knowledge on a number of materials that are used for metal casting such as bronze, magnesium, steel, zinc, and brass. If you are looking for a final product that is made from these types of materials and need a custom shape and size, finding the right casting foundry is the first step in the process to getting a product that fits your requirements. The casting process itself is one that has been around for ages and through the years has been refined to allow for precise and intricate designs to be manufactured in large number batches.

Different casting foundries may not all utilize the exact same processes, but rather utilize slightly varied processes to accommodate particular specifications. However, for the most part the overall process is the same. Liquid metal is poured into a mold; this mold has been made in advance and is where the majority of the custom process takes place. The mold is what sets each product apart from one another as it is representative of what the final product will look like once the casting process has been completed. Once the mold has been filled with the molten metal and fills the entire hollow cavity, it is allowed to cool and harden. The mold is removed, or broken off in some cases, to reveal the cast metal product. At this point, other secondary manufacturing processes or finishing processes can be used to further modify the cast product. Casting foundries allow companies from many different sectors to create a whole host of complex products, parts, and shapes of varying sizes that would otherwise be far too difficult or uneconomical to justify making.

If you are interested in purchasing and utilizing a product made using the casting method, contact an experienced, trusted and knowledgeable casting foundry today for assistance in designing and manufacturing your own unique cast metal product.

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