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Steel Investment Casting Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of steel investment casting companies and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source steel investment casting companies with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate steel investment casting companies that will design, engineer, and provide steel investment casting for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading steel 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 suppliers whether you are looking for stainless steel investment casting, wax replications, or iron steel alloys.

  • Diamond Bar, CA 877-484-6776

    We provide investment castings, plus sand, permanent mold, and low-pressure castings. We have manufactured castings as large as 200 pounds, 24" diameter or length. Alloys used: alloy steel, aluminum, brass, bronze, carbon steel, copper, ductile iron, gray iron, high-temperature alloys and stainless steel.

    Impro Industries USA, Inc.
  • Cleveland, OH 440-250-1900

    For over 30 years, we have provided metal forged products for a wide variety of industries, including the aerospace, military, food service, medical, and automotive industries. Our customers know they can trust our forgings for quality and affordability. We will never try to make you pay more than you should for our products. Contact us by phone or email to find out more!

  • Waterville, OH 419-878-8156

    We believe in providing the best to all customers. Whether you are looking for aluminum, steel investment castings or something else, we can help you get the products that you need. We even offer in-house tooling to ensure that you get your products faster. Contact us for additional details and info today!

    Rimer Enterprises, Inc.
  • Lebanon, PA 717-273-3338

    People seek us when they want steel investment castings. We produce parts weighing mere ounces up to 200 pounds. Customers' investment castings are done in exotic alloys, carbon steels and stainless steels. We've produced for the food processing, military and power generation industries.

    Pennsylvania Precision Cast Parts, Inc.
  • McAllen, TX 956-688-6406

    To satisfy your needs in ferrous investment castings, you can rely on our ISO 9001:2008 certified facility. At Intercast, we can cast sizes ranging from ounces to 65 pounds and lead times are weeks, not months. Simple operations such as drilling and tapping can be done in house and machining sources are done in the US and Mexico. Contact us today for world-class investment castings.

    Intercast
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Steel Investment Castings

Steel investment casting is a type of casting in which wax models or patterns are used to make metallic replications of a part or component using any of the many alloys within the steel family. Iron is the most prominent element in steel alloys, with carbon coming in second. Additional elements such as manganese, chromium, vanadium, and tungsten may be included in steel investment castings.

The strength and durability of a particular casting is largely dependent upon the specific metallurgical composition. In general, steel and especially stainless steel investment castings are popular in industrial applications as they are stronger than cast iron, wrought iron and malleable iron. These parts are capable of enduring shocks, wear and heavy loads. Though these features can be attributed in large part to the material itself, investment casting allows for the creation of completed precision parts with no flash or parting lines. Because the wax molds are exact replicas of the desired final product, accuracy is easily attained and parts rarely require additional processing. Because steel investment castings are used in such varied industries as aerospace, automotive, construction, dental, medical, military, mining, food processing, sports and telecommunications; it is important to consider the design and material used to create a specific component to ensure it is suited to its intended use.

When ordering steel investment castings, the type of steel that will be used to produce the part must be identified. Steel investment castings are usually ordered to ASTM requirements and may be made from carbon steel, low and high alloys steel, low temperature steel, heat resistant steel and stainless steel among others. By specifying the test methods for an order, the requirements of the material can be guaranteed. Though the material composition of the steel is variable, the investment casting process is relatively straightforward. First, a wax pattern is carved by hand, machine or created through injection molding. This model is often a prototype and must meet the exact specifications of the finished part. The wax master die is then mounted on a wax rod known as a sprue. In some cases several dies are attached to a single sprue creating what is known as a tree. The assembly is then dipped into a ceramic slurry known as the investment until thoroughly covered. For particularly complex designs, the sprue may be placed in a flask that is then filled with investment and vibrated to remove air pockets and ensure complete adherence to the pattern. This coating is then dried and hardened using an oven or furnace which also melts the wax. Additional heating may be required to remove moisture or wax residue. As the wax runs out, a hollow shell is left. Molten steel is poured into it. Once the steel is fully cooled the shell is removed by water-blasting, dissolving agent or other method to reveal the finished steel product.

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