Investment Castings FAQ
Yes, we can provide solutions for many challenging, "problem" parts. In fact, investment castings is often the only answer to casting difficult parts economically. Let us know what your challenge is, and we'll help you find the right solution.
±.005 per linear inch. Angular tolerance is ±1/2 degree. Typical finish is 120 RMS.
Yes, cast replacement parts made from higher tensile alloys cost less and last longer, reducing your downtime for lost parts.
Yes. Our precision casting process allows us to manufacture intricate shapes that would be impractical or impossible to produce by conventional means. We produce complex parts with fine detail in one piece to 120 rms surface finishes.
Milwaukee Precision can cast all stainless steels, and a variety of other materials.
- 300 and 400 series
- 17-4 Ph
- 25-5 Ph
- Tool steels
- High carbon and low carbon steels
- Super alloys
- Nickel base alloys
We can also use special alloys made to your specifications. In addition, certified chemical and physical analysis are furnished when necessary, as well as NDT.
We have the flexibility to handle both large and small production runs. Milwaukee Precision Casting prides itself in meeting your specific requirements and deadlines.
You can learn all about the Investment Casting Process by visiting our investment casting process page.
Investment Casting provides you with incredible design flexibility and reduced costs. Learn more by visiting the investment casting benefits page.
Milwaukee Precisions specializes in both large and small castings - from intricate, miniature parts that are 1/10 of an ounce or less to large investment castings of up to 50 pounds.