Vacuum Casting

Vacuum Casting is a ‘copying’ process whereby a unit of the component to be produced is used to create a mold from silicone or 2-component polyurethanes. This mold is then made into 2 halves and used to create multiple copies of the component within a short period of time using a vacuum chamber. Apart from the ability to mass produce components, the primary reasons for choosing this technique are to avoid entrapment of air within the part and producing high-quality builds for end-use.

Although there is overhead investment involved for the mold and equipment, this process is much more efficient than the comparable injection moulding process. However the number of components that can be cast before the mould wears out are comparatively fewer, and hence Vacuum Casting is best suited for production in medium volumes.

Vacuum Casting

Vacuum Casting is a ‘copying’ process whereby a unit of the component to be produced is used to create a mold from silicone or 2-component polyurethanes. This mold is then made into 2 halves and used to create multiple copies of the component within a short period of time using a vacuum chamber. Apart from the ability to mass produce components, the primary reasons for choosing this technique are to avoid entrapment of air within the part and producing high-quality builds for end-use.

Although there is overhead investment involved for the mold and equipment, this process is much more efficient than the comparable injection moulding process. However the number of components that can be cast before the mould wears out are comparatively fewer, and hence Vacuum Casting is best suited for production in medium volumes.

Vacuum Casting

Vacuum Casting is a ‘copying’ process whereby a unit of the component to be produced is used to create a mold from silicone or 2-component polyurethanes. This mold is then made into 2 halves and used to create multiple copies of the component within a short period of time using a vacuum chamber. Apart from the ability to mass produce components, the primary reasons for choosing this technique are to avoid entrapment of air within the part and producing high-quality builds for end-use.

Although there is overhead investment involved for the mold and equipment, this process is much more efficient than the comparable injection moulding process. However the number of components that can be cast before the mould wears out are comparatively fewer, and hence Vacuum Casting is best suited for production in medium volumes.

Vacuum Casting is a ‘copying’ process whereby a unit of the component to be produced is used to create a mold from silicone or 2-component polyurethanes. This mold is then made into 2 halves and used to create multiple copies of the component within a short period of time using a vacuum chamber. Apart from the ability to mass produce components, the primary reasons for choosing this technique are to avoid entrapment of air within the part and producing high-quality builds for end-use.Although there is overhead investment involved for the mold and equipment, this process is much more efficient than the comparable injection moulding process. However the number of components that can be cast before the mould wears out are comparatively fewer, and hence Vacuum Casting is best suited for production in medium volumes.

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