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Titanium Castings

Titanium castings and nickel-titanium alloys are some of the most versatile and useful on the market today from prosthetic implants, dental prosthetics and their use in aircraft and satellites, where strength and lightweight are essential. Learn More

Nonferrous Castings

Nonferrous castings, including copper-based castings, also became essential to the modern world with the proliferation of automobiles, televisions, airplanes, and telecommunications equipment. Learn More

Net Shape Castings

Die casting is a manufacturing process in which molten metal is forced under considerable pressure into a steel mold or die to form products. Learn More

Corrosion Resistance

Titanium alloys exhibit high pitting potential. Titanium in these alloys prevents intergranular chromium-carbide and nitride precipitation during welding or processing. Because of the ferritic structure and controlled composition, the alloys exhibit good resistance to general, intergranular and pitting corrosion, and stress corrosion cracking. Learn More

Titanium Foundry

The casting process of metals is a well-known one. Almost all metals are brought to a molten stage at some point. In the as-cast condition, all the alloys showed lamellar structure with some degree of segregation and coring. Learn More

Investment Castings

Investment castings can be produced with a very close control dimensions eliminating machining in some of the products. It's to the buyer's interest to develop the product with minimum machining allowance to enable the buyer to take the advantage of the process. Investment castings can often be made to final sizes, ready for use. Learn More

Rapid Prototypes

Rapid prototypes can be invaluable for new product development, when it is not economical to machine a sample part, or when the design involves curved or radius surfaces which are difficult to create using traditional means. Learn More