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Our team uses a unique multi-dimensional straightening technique to ensure each part meets the required specifications.

  • Creation of the wax model
  • Assembling the wax models
  • Wax coating
  • Wax Removal
  • Heating the mold
  • Metal casting
  • Cooling and solidification
  • Removing the shell
  • Finishing

The selection depends on the type of item to be made. Commonly used metals include gold, silver, bronze, brass and aluminum. It is important to note that these materials may vary depending on the project’s specifics.

The total investment casting process time can vary significantly depending on several factors, including the part’s complexity, size, type of metal used, project specifications, and technology. Overall, from design to final creation, the lost wax casting process can take several days or weeks, depending on the abovementioned factors.

Lost wax casting is distinguished from many other methods by its complexity and ability to reproduce intricate details. The main differences include The possibilities of precision in more information, the complexity of shapes possible, the use of wax in the process, and the costs and specific applications possible.

The lost wax technique represents the best option for cutting-edge industries and the most demanding customers, where error is not an option.

  • National Defense
  • Nuclear
  • Medical
  • Aerospace
  • Industrial

Here are some of the main points to consider:


  • Accuracy and reliability of the result.
  • Advantageous cost, among other things, when using repeatability.
  • Complete freedom of design. There are no limits to the complexity and detail of the pieces.
  • Variety of metals


  • Complexity of the process
  • Costs
  • Time
  • Production quantities

To guarantee the quality and success of your project, here are some tips to help you in this selection process:

  • The experience and expertise of the foundry,
  • Reputation in the market,
  • Certifications and standards held,
  • Technical production capacity,
  • Production flexibility,
  • Cost transparency.

Choose an experienced and reputable lost wax casting supplier or caster. Some suppliers may hold quality certifications that demonstrate their commitment to high standards.

Check if the supplier has quality control procedures integrated throughout the process, from design to completion. If applicable, perform performance testing on parts to ensure they meet functional requirements.

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