Prototype Casting, Inc. is offering its rapid investment casting by using a wax process that yields a perfect to near-perfect shape, thus meeting specific design needs.
Denver, CO -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/04/2014 -- Prototype Casting, Inc. is offering its rapid investment casting by using a wax process that yields a perfect to near-perfect shape, thus meeting specific design needs. The company guarantees to offer these services at the most affordable rates.
The Rapid Investment Casting procedure is also ideal for making smaller quantities of parts. Meanwhile, Prototype Casting manages to offer this process for a fraction of the cost of Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) or additive processes. The company uses a 3D wax pattern printing system that prove to be a great alternative to DMLS in terms of excellent results and affordability.
The company’s spokesperson explains the process, “The print envelope is approximately 11x7x7 inches. The wax patterns are invested and burned out of the mold. Metal is then poured into the resultant cavity. Unlike parts made by additive processes, these parts are full-strength castings.”
The spokesperson ensures delivery of a limited number of castings within two days, depending on the geometry and complexity, such as internal features, thin wall, and undercuts. “Our full strength casting process is appropriate for metals like Aluminum, Zinc, Magnesium and Stainless Steel,” he said.
Customers can simply request a casting quote by mailing a 3D file to Prototype Casting, Inc. at firstname.lastname@example.org. The company accepts only the following file types: Pro-Engineer, Solid Works, AutoCAD, .STL, .STP, and IGS.
About Prototype Casting, Inc.
Prototype Casting Inc. is a Denver-based company offering high-quality non-ferrous prototype parts. The company offers parts that specifically meet stringent project deadlines and eliminate design flaws and other costly problems before production. Prototype Casting, Inc. also offers prototype parts for ramping-up to full production, simulating die-cast parts before paying for expensive hard tooling, castings post-machined to high tolerances, and others.
To know more about the company, visit http://www.protcast.com.
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