Re: QuickCast in a hurry

From: Tom Richards (
Date: Thu Mar 25 1999 - 21:55:33 EET

Andy: We can cast geometries in any air meltable ferrous or nonferrous alloy
including ductile iron by investment casting which are impossible by sand

At 09:43 PM 3/24/99 EST, you wrote:
>In a message dated 99-03-23 11:25:14 EST, you write:
><< >> Dan: We pour ductile iron (3-1/2 weeks) from RP patterns (1-week). >>
>As I understand, ductile iron, is done more commonly in sand casting. The
>patterns need to be either designed for that process, or converted into
>patterns that would work, as a matchplate for instance. Most sand casting
>foundries aren't geared towards prototype work though. That is the process I
>would investigate rather than investment casting.
>Andy Scott
>Lockheed Martin Aerospace
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