Metal Casting Processes

For over 19 years, Omnidex has provided metal casting products for a wide variety of industries. With our state-of-the-art factories based in China and Vietnam, we support different casting processes that comply with the highest and most stringent industry quality standards.

We work closely with our customers to find solutions that are optimized for technical, efficiency, financial and financial considerations, including high-quality sand casting, gravity die casting, and precision investment casting and more.

Metal casting Processes

The manufacturing casting process involves pouring liquefied materials, such as metal molten, into a specially designed mold and allowing them to harden. Workpieces are removed from molds after solidification for various finishing treatments or to be used as final products. 

Solid and hollow casts are typically made using casting methods, and these products can be seen in a range of applications, including automotive components and aerospace components.

Omnidex Metal Casting Services

Even though casting is one of the oldest industrial manufacturing techniques, modern advancements in cast technology have led to a wide array of specialized casting processes. There are several different hot forming technologies that can be used in manufacturing. 

In order to select the most appropriate metal casting process for a particular production run, it is useful to compare the advantages and disadvantages of the common types of casting processes and you may find more details for each metal casting method and how we work.

Metal Casting Methods

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Omnidex’s metal casting specialists combine hands-on expertise in sand casting, investment casting, gravity die casting (permanent mold gravity casting), die casting, investment casting, lost foam casting and shell mold casting with an approachable, customer-focused manner. 

We are committed to helping our customers by advising on technical issues, metal casting processes, metallurgy, and supply chain optimisation. In many cases, we are entrusted with the responsibility of quality control, budget control, and even stock holding of cast components.

We support your project from initial design to testing and quality assurance at our China and/or Vietnam-based facilities, regardless of whether your castings are produced in our foundries or in one of our offshore working partners.

To discuss your requirements, you may contact our team by sending us a message here.

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