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Lost wax Casting

Lost-wax casting (also called "investment casting", "precision casting", or cire perdue which has been adopted into English from the French)[1] is the process by which a duplicate metal sculpture (often silver, gold, brass or bronze) is cast from an original sculpture. Intricate works can be achieved by this method. The oldest known example of this technique is a 6,000-year old amulet from Indus valley civilization. Other examples from a similar period are the objects discovered in the Cave of the Treasure (Nahal Mishmar) hoard in southern Israel, and which belong to the Chalcolithic period (4500–3500 BC). Conservative estimates of age from carbon-14 dating date the items to c. 3700 BC, making them more than 5,700 years ol. Lost-wax casting was widespread in Europe until the 18th century, when a piece-moulding process came to predominate. The steps used in casting small bronze sculptures are fairly standardized, though the process today varies from foundry to foundry. (In modern industrial use, the process is called investment casting.) Variations of the process include: "lost mould", which recognizes that materials other than wax can be used (such as: tallow, resin, tar, and textile);and "waste wax process" (or "waste mould casting"), because the mould is destroyed to remove the cast item.
Huawei Casting has the experience, facilities, and capabilities for all of your lost wax casting and lost wax casting products needs. Also known as  investment casting, lost wax casting is a multi-step type of metal casting and Trident's cost-effective tooling program makes lost wax casting an  economical process to deliver an accurately-cast product. Although lost wax casting is an ancient metal casting method, Huawei Casting  uses the latest  technologies to meet your custom lost wax metal casting needs at competitive prices.

Our lost wax casting services:
•avoid elaborate tooling for parts with unusual or complex internal configurations
•efficiently and accurately produce small, intricate, or hard-to-machine shapes
•create higher quality, more detail, and greater consistency for many parts
•efficiently combine several machined parts into one casting
•are ideally suited for both long and short runs
•have the ability to cast metals and alloys that are hard to machine or fabricate
•are able to make parts that cannot be produced by normal manufacturing techniques
•produce virtually identical finished parts
•require minimal surface finishing and only minor machining

Lost Wax Cast Materials
•Stainless Steel

Our company is one of the most professional Lost wax Casting manufacturers and suppliers in China, and our investment casting foundry with powerful machining capabilities. Be free to buy bulk Lost wax Casting from our factory. All lost wax investment casting products and machined parts are with high quality.

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