Prototype Castings

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LIQUID METAL Casting is one of the most ancient metallurgical processes, dating back to the dawn of time when man started to shape metals to make weapons and jewellery. Today, we make use of the most innovative techniques, such as rapid casting, for the production of complex parts in short times.
RAPID CASTING Rapid prototyping applied to conventional industrial techniques leads to the creation of metal parts in definitive alloys cast in moulds and cores made using 3D printing technology.
LOST WAX CASTING Creation of steel or aluminium alloy castings using sacrificial “wax” patterns identical to the finished part. During the mould preparation process the refractory material solidifies and the wax dissolves, leaving a cavity of identical shape to the dissolved parts. The result is a hollow shell that can then be filled with molten metal to reproduce the shapes of your project.