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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. Read Moreā€¦

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.

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Hercules, CA  |  510-741-3170

Precision die castings plus a multitude of related services, including engineering, designing, machining, finishing and assembly, occur at A and B Die Casting. Specializing in low to medium volume solutions, we also offer competitive prices.

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A&B Die Casting $$$

Somerset, NJ  |  732-246-0070

Carteret Die Casting has grown from a two man and two machine operation in a tiny 1000 square foot space, to a company that has over 20 state-of-the-art equipment.

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Carteret Die Casting Corporation $$$

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.

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MES, Inc. $$$

Mira Loma, CA  |  951-681-3900

Precision Die Casting since 1950. Aluminum die casting and zinc die casting for aerospace, electronic, commercial industries. Turnkey operations from design or your blue print to assembly.

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Aluminum Die Casting Company, Inc. $$$

Terre Haute, IN  |  800-467-6252

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.

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Modern Aluminum Castings Co., Inc. $$$

Macedonia, OH  |  330-467-0750

Our die casting is ideal for those project requiring complex shapes or unique requirements. Our company offers a number of benefits including multiple finishing techniques, high speed production and simplified assembly. Here at Empire Die casting we utilize an in-house tool shop which allows us to efficiently create special fixtures while eliminating downtime for repairs. Contact us today to learn more information!

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Empire Die Casting Co., Inc. $$$
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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.

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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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