Investment casting is a cost-effective process that produces high-precision, high-durability parts for aerospace applications. Using the investment casting method, various metal parts of different metal alloys can be produced, such as stainless steel castings, carbon steel castings, ductile iron castings, aluminum castings, etc.

Why is Investment Casting Used in Aerospace Applications?
Investment casting is the most precise metalworking process that provides approximate or net approximate shape components for aerospace.
Investment casting is a cost-effective manufacturing method compared to other processes. Therefore, this method of metal processing can provide high-quality aerospace castings at low cost. Moreover, there is no limit to the number of products, even a trial order is feasible.
The aerospace industry requires high-precision, high-durability parts, and investment casting is the right process for such parts, and our heat treatments also help enhance the performance of the product.
Thereby ensuring safety and prolonging service life.
Typical aerospace investment castings are:
Hydraulic Oil System Components
Landing and braking components
External and internal sensors, motion control and drive systems
Flight Critical and Safety Components
Bearing cage
freight system
These aerospace castings require the absolute highest amount of engineering, production control and 100% visual inspection from wax pattern to final packaging.