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Flury Foundry Co. is a family-owned business that specializes in producing high-quality die-castings since 1939. Based in Lancaster, Pennslyvania, Flury Foundry Co. has grown to become one of the leading producers of aluminum and zinc die-castings in the Pacific Northwest.

The company has extensive experience in the die-casting industry and has been a trusted supplier to various industries such as aerospace, automotive, marine, medical, and many more. They provide custom-designed die-casting solutions to meet their customers' specific requirements.

Flury Foundry Co. offers a wide range of services including design, prototyping, tool making, casting, machining, and finishing. Their experienced design team utilizes the latest software tools to create detailed 3D models for the production of high-quality die-casting parts. They also have in-house tool-making capabilities, enabling them to manufacture high-precision tools to produce parts with tight tolerances.

Their casting process involves the use of state-of-the-art die-casting machines to produce high-quality parts in aluminum and zinc alloys. Flury Foundry Co. is dedicated to providing consistent quality to their customers, and they use advanced quality control systems to ensure that each part meets or exceeds their customers' requirements.

In addition to their casting services, Flury Foundry Co. also offers secondary operations such as CNC machining, drilling, tapping, and finishing. They have a variety of finishing options including powder coating, painting, anodizing, chromating, and plating.

Flury Foundry Co. is committed to providing excellent customer service and delivering high-quality die-casting parts to their customers on time. Their experienced team of professionals works closely with their customers throughout the entire production process to ensure that their specific needs are met.

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Aluminum Casting

Aluminum Casting

Aluminum casting is a method for producing high tolerance and high quality parts by inserting molten aluminum into a precisely designed and precision engineered die, mold, or form. It is an efficient process for the production of complex, intricate, detailed parts that exactly match the specifications of the original design...

Die Casting

Die Casting

Die casting is a high pressure metal casting process that forces molten metal into a mold. It produces dimensionally accurate precision metal parts that have a flawless smooth finish...

Types of Casting Processes

Casting Foundry

The casting process is an ancient art that goes back several thousand years to the beginning of written history. The archeological record has finds that document the use of the casting process over 6000 years ago around...

Zinc Die Casting

Zinc Die Casting Dies

Zinc die casting is a casting process where molten zinc is injected into a die cavity made of steel that has the shape, size, and dimensions of the part or component being produced. The finished cast zinc product has all the...

Investment Casting

Investment Casting

Investment casting is a metal working process that uses a ceramic shell built over a wax pattern to produce parts with extraordinarily uniform and smooth surfaces. The wax pattern is produced from an aluminum die.The final products of investment casting are without parting lines, mold half marks, or other deformities...

Lost Wax Casting

Lost Wax Casting

Lost wax casting is a casting process that uses a wax pattern to create a ceramic mold for creating a part or product design. It has been known over the years as lost wax or precision casting due to its accuracy in recreating parts with precise tolerances...

Iron Castings

Iron Castings

An iron casting is a hard product obtained from combining iron with carbon. This can be readily cast in a mold, and it contains a higher proportion of carbon compared to steel. The proportion typically ranges from 2 to 4.3 percent...


Forged Part

Forging is a metal working process that manipulates, shapes, deforms, and compresses metal to achieve a desired form, configuration, or appearance outlined by a metal processing design or diagram. Depending on the type of metal and the requirements of the design...

Open vs Closed Die Forging

Applications of Closed Die Forging

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