Featuring unlimited alloy choices, investment castings are the most versatile metal forming methods available. Designers are not limited to any particular alloy, as the investment casting process allows for easy alloy substitution using the same tooling.
Each alloy has unique mechanical properties, including varying degrees of hardness, corrosion resistance, electrical conductivity, and ductility. Visit each alloy page for real world examples of how Precision Castings of Tennessee is changing the investment casting industry.
Stainless Steel Castings
- Can meet any surface finish without plating
- Can be polished to a mirror finish
- Ultimate in corrosion resistance
Visit our stainless steel castings page to learn more.
Bronze, Brass & Copper Castings
- High fatigue resistance
- High ductility
Visit our bronze, brass & copper castings page.
- Stronger than steel pound for pound
- High heat dispersion capabilities
- Ideal for weight reduction
Visit our aluminum castings page to learn more.
Cobalt & Nickel Based Castings
- High alloy steels and exotics
- Highest corrosion resistance
- Highest heat resistance
Visit our cobalt & nickel castings page to learn more.
- Widest range of mechanical properties
- Smooth surface finish without grinding
Visit our steel castings page to learn more.
Tool Steel Castings
- Engineered for impact & edge based tools
- High wear resistance
- High hardness levels
Visit our tool steel castings page to learn more.
Ductile Iron Castings
- Impressive mechanical properties
- Fatigue resistance
- More cost-effective than steel
Visit our ductile iron castings page to learn more.
Woodworking Metal Castings
- High-impact toughness
- Design improvement opportunities
- Razor-sharp edges
Visit our woodworking metal castings page to learn more.