Machining

The Difference Between Investment Casting and Lost Wax Casting

Lost wax casting and investment casting are terms that are often used interchangeably, but there are few key differences that manufacturers and project managers should know. 

Investment Casting vs. Lost Wax Casting

Modern investment casting is…

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What Are the Advantages to Investment Casting?

Investment casting is primarily used for metal casting projects, but there are other options. Manufacturing for metal parts can use a variety of…

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Common Materials for Mechanical Parts

Mechanical components are non-detachable discrete units that function within a larger machine. Selecting the right material is critical to the success of the project, especially…

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CNC Machined Parts

The CNC machining process requires more than a selection of tools and technology. In order to save money and ensure a high quality outcome, it's…

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