Denver, CO -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/16/2015 -- Intending to help people meet their project deadlines, eliminate any kind of flaw in design and manufacture various parts, Prototype Casting now offers laser metal sintering with the usage of in-house tooling department. The company provides seven processes for constructing various parts. They have the ability to choose the right process based on the requirement of the design. This furthers assists them in tailoring the items and presenting them to customers. A lost wax process is used for making parts of small quantities to die casting, rubber plaster mold, permanent mold, precision sand casting and direct metal laser sintering which helps in making production quantities.
The various processes that the company has fits their job. If a part is too big for their lost wax investment casting process, or if the number of parts does not justify hard tooling, then the company offers casting using printed sand mold process. They are also capable of machining various parts from stock. They have highly-experienced and skillful engineers who analyze each job so that the exact process can be used considering various factors.
Talking more about the company, one of the representatives of Prototype Casting stated, "Prototype casting also has partnership agreements with local shops for specialty machining such as wire EDM as well as precision lathe work. We are fully capable of machining from stock "hogouts" or post-machining castings to tight tolerances. From aluminum to magnesium, zinc, and steel, we produce the highest quality parts with industry leading lead times."
About Prototype Casting
Prototype Casting helps to meet one's stringent project deadlines and when one needs parts while ramping-up to full production. To simulate one's die-cast parts before paying for the expensive, hard tooling they are the best in the industry. Customers can also get parts fully machined from stock. In addition, they care for the requirements of high quality castings in quantities from 1-2500 pieces per year. They also test for form, fit, and function - eliminate design flaws and other costly problems before production.
For more information, please visit- http://www.protcast.com
4696 Ironton Street
Denver, CO 80239