Services That Bring Iron to Life
Seneca Foundry uses a combination of the latest software and years of hands-on foundry experience to help our customers with the best casting services for their application. Offering a variety of molding processes (green sand, lost foam, and nobake) allows us to give the customer the best solution for their unique casting needs.
We are committed to providing high value to our customers from the beginning design assistance to finished production castings. We understand the need for and work with customers to help reduce their costs of receiving, inspection, and handling by meeting specifications on the packaging, boxes/containers, lot quantities, and just in time deliveries.
We have built strong relationships with dependable, high-quality firms that specialize in Pattern Making, Machining, Plating, and Heat Treating. We can handle your complete casting job. Contact us today with any questions regarding casting or employment inquiries. A service representative will be in touch shortly after the Contact Form has been submitted.
Alongside the end goal of green sand, nobake, and lost foam casting molding services, Seneca Foundry offers a variety of 3D Scanning services.
3D scanning is used for making a quick and accurate 3D model of a target object. Using 3D scans allow for data collection efficiently and effectively, capturing precise measurements in high resolution. The Romer Arm, 3D Scanning Reports, Color Mapping, and Reverse Engineering capabilities used are all made possible with our total quality management system to make us your trusted cast iron manufacturer.
At Seneca Foundry we take pride in our quality standards. We rely on our Total Quality Management system to ensure standards, processes, and procedures are in place to provide high-quality castings to our customers. With a partnership-first approach, we use SolidWorks 2019 3D modeling software, SolidCast solidification software, and FlowCast fluid analysis software prior to production of gray and ductile iron castings, ranging in size from ounces to 250 pounds.
Seneca Foundry performs a lost foam process with a type of evaporative-pattern casting process where a polystyrene foam pattern is used to form a mold. The foam in the foundry's process is evaporated as molten iron is poured into the flask, with the gray iron casting precisely duplicating all of the features of the lost foam pattern.
Benefits of lost foam casting include a reduced cost and lead time to create parts as well as a reduced need for machining. This means there is a high level of design freedom. Extremely complex designs and shapes can be created with various characteristics that are difficult to achieve with other methods.
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