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Investment Castings
(A lost Wax Process)

A process that makes castings with superior finish and near net shape with very precise tolerances.

Investment Casting, also known as lost wax casting, is a manufacturing process in which a wax pattern is created and then coated with a ceramic slurry to create a mold. The wax is then melted out of the ceramic mold and molten metal is poured into the cavity. The molten metal solidifies and the ceramic shell is then broken or blasted off, creating a metal casting. The investment casting process can cast parts ranging from a few grams to upwards of 90 Kilograms, so it can be a manufacturing solution no matter what size project you are working on. 

Benefits of Investment Casting

The advantages of investment casting are impressive. Create almost any configuration of your precision metal component. Design parts as small, large, or complex as you need. In short, eliminate many of the barriers in casting your dreams.


Investment casting can also helps you:

  • To maintain incredibly tight tolerances

  • Tp produce superior most cast finish over other casting processes

  • To reduce machining operation significantly

  • To reduce secondary operations

  • To have the widest choice of alloys

  • To produce less waste

  • Incorporate thinner walls for reduced weight

  • Maintain outstanding repeatability

  • Reduce tooling costs over multiple production runs

Investment Casting Process

We have an excellent supplier base with following credentials:

  • We can cast any type of alloy subject to process

  • We have capable suppliers to supply as cast or fully machined components

  • We can provide radiography castings up to level II


Scope of supply

Size Range

250gms - 85Kg single piece


as per VDG P690 D1 & D2

Surface Finish

Ra 3.2 - 6.3 + any surface treatment

Cover / Lid Casting

Cover / Lid Casting

Glass Spider Casting

Glass Spider Casting

Submersible Pump Parts

Submersible Pump Parts

Connection Casting

Connection Casting

Impeller Castings

Impeller Castings

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