We don't do aluminum castings, only super-alloys. But we've done
extensive work from quick-cast patterns. We've also done some work with
Actua and Stratasys parts. Quick cast works very well for us. The
Actua and Stratasys patterns don't require burn out the way quick cast
does, but the surface finish and dimensions aren't as good.
Director of MIS, Gray-Syracuse Inc.
(315) 687-0023 (Fax)
> From: John German[SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Wednesday, March 18, 1998 2:12 PM
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> Subject: investment casting info requested
> I am wondering if anyone out there has any information on investment
> casting suppliers. I am looking for anything having to do with large
> volume casting of aluminum alloys:
> What kind of equipment is used?
> Suppliers of casting equipment/supplies?
> Any information would be greatly appreciated.
> Thanks in advance,
> John German
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