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Brass Casting China | Lost Wax Brass Casting | Brass Investment Casting


Lost wax brass investment casting are accomplished on a foundation of reliability, and PTJ has the equipment to offer a competitive edge. 

Brass is an ideal material for a variety of castings processes, including investment casting, die casting, sand casting and permanent mold casting. Brass Investment Casting Process is used to produce brass for castings. Brass castings are widely used in machinery manufacturing, ships, aviation, automobiles, construction and other industrial sectors, and occupy a certain weight in heavy non-ferrous metal materials, forming cast brass series.

Established in 2007, PTJ Group commenced operations with a Cnc Machining Shop. The Group diversified into brass investment castings by setting up a foundry in 2007,which was a very unique concept in china.

Custom Brass investment casting are accomplished on a foundation of reliability, and PTJ has the equipment to offer a competitive edge. Our ISO Certified Brass investment casting companies includes experienced machining professionals drawing on decades of experience to provide the highest quality services. Request a quote now!

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We are proud to produce complex investment cast parts with superior surface finishes in the industries fastest lead-times for the following markets:

  •  ▶    Aerospace
  •  ▶    Defense
  •  ▶    Medical
  •  ▶    Electronics
  •  ▶    Automotive
  •  ▶    Oil and Gas
  •  ▶    Agriculture
  •  ▶    Commercial






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  Brass Investment Casting Process Steps at China Casting Company

The following steps are what we follow to produce parts with complex geometries and intricate details.

  • ▶    Create wax pattern: A pattern that replicates the finished part geometry is made using one of two primary methods: Build a wax injection die 3D print pattern If a wax injection die will be used, the first step involves designing and building a metal die from Aluminum. This die creates a wax replica of the desired part by injecting melted wax under high pressure into the cavity. The die can be made as a simple one cavity manual tool or a complex multi-cavity automatic tool depending on volume requirements. If a 3D printed pattern will be used, a CAD model which contains the part geometry is sent to a printer and the part is printed
  •  ▶    Wax Assembly: Next, the wax patterns are assembled onto runners and into a finished tree which is ready to be dipped.
  •  ▶    Slurry Coating: The assembly is then dipped into a high-grade ceramic slurry to build a ceramic shell around the wax tree.
  •  ▶    Stuccoing: After the slurry coating is done, particles of sand are dropped onto the surface of the wet tree assembly. This helps to thicken and strengthen the layer of coating on the wax assembly surface.
  •  ▶    Repeat Steps 5 and 6: Repeat steps 5 and 6 until the assembly achieves the desired shell thickness. The assembly is then allowed to set and dry.
  •  ▶    Dewaxing: The wax inside the newly built shell is now removed. Dewaxing is done using a steam-dewaxing autoclave or flash fire furnace.
  •  ▶    Casting: Now the desired molten metal is poured into the pre-heated mold cavity.
  •  ▶    Cooling: The mold then sits to allow the molten metal to cool and solidify which then becomes the final casting. (complete equipment list)
  •  ▶    Shell Removal: The shell material is then removed through processes hammer knockout, vibration, and steel grit blasting.
  •  ▶   Cut Off: The finished parts are then cut free from the gating and runner system.
  •  ▶   Finishing: Various finishing techniques are then employed including grinding, sand blasting and coating to achieve the final surface needed.
  •  ▶   Testing: Once the finishing operations are done, the parts are inspected for surface and sub-surface defects. Visual and fluorescent penetrant inspection is done for surfaces and X-ray is employed for sub-surface defect identification.

  Our Brass Investment Casting Facility And Castings Case 

Automatic shell making assembly line
Automatic wax injection machine
Brinell Rockwell hardness tester
Metallographic analyzer
Automatic shell making assembly line 
Automatic wax injection machine
Brinell Rockwell hardness tester
Metallographic analyzer
Casting workshop
Medium temperature wax workshop
Steam dewaxing kettle
Tensile testing machine
Casting workshop
Medium temperature wax workshop
Steam dewaxing kettle  Tensile testing machine


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