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By utilizing multiple casting processes, we can ensure that you have the precision cast parts you need on hand the easiest way.

Investment Casting

Stainless Steel Casting

Precision Casting

Gravity Die Casting

Lost Foam Casting

Low Pressure Casting

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Our skilled engineers and technicians are not only extremely capable but also excellent communicators when it comes to understanding your design.

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We have a variety of equipment from casting to CNC machining, which ensures that we can offer the best solution for your unique prototype in a rapid way.

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We are ISO 9001:2008 and ISO TS16949 certified, and offer CoCs, material certifications, finishing certifications, inspection reports, and hardware certifications.

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We have been successfully partnering with a wide range of clients in the West, covering a broad spectrum of sectors. Our one-stop service will shorten your development cycle, and save you cost tremendously.

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Stainless steel has the characteristics of rust resistance, corrosion resistance and shining appearance. Stainless steel casting, as its name implies, is the casting process of stainless steel alloys. Investment casting or lost wax casting is the most precise casting method to manufacture stainless steel products, especially those irregular or complex structures.

  • 304/316
  • 304L/316L
  • 410 & 416
  • 17-4
  • 2205
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Cast iron is a group of iron-carbon alloys with a carbon content of more than 2%. Its usefulness derives from its relatively low melting temperature. The alloy constituents affect its color when fractured: white cast iron has carbide impurities that allow cracks to pass straight through, grey cast iron has graphite flakes that deflect a passing crack and initiate countless new cracks as the material breaks, and ductile cast iron has spherical graphite “nodules” which stop the crack from further progressing.

  • Grey cast iron
  • White cast iron
  • Malleable cast iron
  • Ductile cast iron
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Alloy steel is categorized as either low or high-alloy. Low-alloy cast steel (≤ 8% alloy content) behaves similarly to normal carbon steel, but with higher hardenability. High-alloy cast steel (> 8% alloy content) is designed to produce a specific property, such as corrosion resistance, heat resistance, or wear resistance.

  • ASTM A27, Grade N-1 to Grade 70-40.
  • ASTM A148, Grade 80-40 to Grade 90-60.
  • ASTM A216, Grade WCA to Grade WCC.
  • ASTM A352, Grade LCA to Grade LCC.

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One of the most significant benefits of aluminum casting is that it creates lighter parts—with more surface finishing options than other cast alloys. Moreover, cast aluminum is versatile, and corrosion resistant; it retains high dimensional stability with thin walls and can be used in almost any industry.

  • Aluminum 6061
  • Aluminum 5052
  • Aluminum 2024
  • Aluminum 6063
  • Aluminum 7050
  • Aluminum 7075
  • Aluminum MIC-6
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Casted copper alloys have high tensile and compressive strength, have good wear qualities when subjected to metal-to-metal contact, are easily machined, have good thermal and electrical conductivity, and have high corrosion resistance for maximizing product performance. It is mostly used in the fine arts area. Some of the widely used alloys are:

  • Bronze: An alloy of copper and tin.
  • Brass: An alloy of copper and zinc.
  • Monel/ Cupronickel: An alloy of copper and nickel.
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Received the parts yesterday and they are at the plating company now. All looked good and you even shipped 1 strip extra (if I counted correctly)

Packaging was perfect and overall quality top notch!
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After years of struggling to source quality aerospace parts from machine shops around the world that were not up to the job, I finally tried 3ERP and was immediately happy I did. The quality of the parts are the best I have ever seen, the price is competitive, they take pride in their work and the customer service is outstanding. And crucially, if there is an issue with some parts, the thorough QC procedures pick up the problem and the issue is rectified without me ever having to worry about it.


Why Choose SIPX

With over 10 years of experience, Sipx is well-versed in this field. Yes, you are dealing with masters. You can trust us with your needs and expectations.

You will save 20-30% of the cost because of our excellent production capacity. Furthermore, we only insist on making high-quality casting products.

  • Rapid Prototyping
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  • ISO16949 Certificated
  • Strict Quality Control System

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