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  • Brief Introduction


    Investment Casting for very complex, intricate parts that require thin walls.  The surface finish from Investment Casting does provide a huge benefit and often negates the need for secondary machining.

    The chart below depicts the advantages and disadvantages of each casting method.  Check it out!

    Green Sand Casting Method

    Investment Casting Method

    Advantages

    Disadvantages

    Advantages

    Disadvantages

    Lowest Cost

    Surface Finish

    Surface Finish

    Tooling Cost

    Ease to Change Design

    Complexity

    Less Machining (If Necessary)

    Quantities

              Weight Poured

         Often Requires Secondary Machining

        Design Complexity

        Longer Lead Time

    Lower Lead Times

     

    Thinner Walls

    Small Size Capabilities

    Mechanical Properties

     

     

     

     

    Investment Casting