I want to convert a machined from solid part to a casting
Machining an intricate shape from solid billet means a lot of material wastage, as well as a lot of cutting time.
For one-offs and very small batches, CNC machining makes sense; but when you start to get into volume production, casting can quickly deliver significant savings – both in cost and lead time.
Casting is a near-net-shape manufacturing process, meaning minimal wasted material – as well as minimal secondary operation machining.
For casting, you do need tooling; so, there will be a significant one-off cost at the start of the project. However, once the tooling is completed, the saving on every casting cycle will pay off that investment.
Before long, you’ll be seeing bottom line results.
If you have a current machined-from-solid component and would like an assessment of the possible cost benefits of switching to a casting, give us a call today.
I WANT TO DISCUSS ... CONVERTING A MACHINED FROM SOLID PART TO A CASTING
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