Investment casting produces near-net-shape configurations, offering designers and engineers freedom of design in a wide range of alloys. The process is capable of producing precise detail and dimensional accuracy in parts weighing many kilograms or just a few grams.
Wide choice of alloys
Many dozens of materials are routinely cast at Cheonseng (nickel, cobalt base alloys, 300 and 400 series stainless steel, tool steel, carbon and high alloy steels).
Elimination of tooling setup
By offering near-net-shape configuration, fixturing costs are substantially reduced or eliminated.
Reduction of production costs
Costly machining operations are reduced and often eliminated. No capital equipment investment is needed to produce parts in-house.
Reduction of assembly operations
Several parts can be made as one casting, reducing handling, assembly and inspection costs.
Reproduction of fine details
Splines, holes, bosses, lettering, serrations and even some threads can be cast.