Super Quali Cast (INDIA) Pvt. Ltd. based in the city of Rajkot is a vision driven iconic manufacturer and exporter of premium quality of investment castings by lost wax process. We are a development partner and producer of highquality precision castings in Stainless Steel, Alloy Steel, Carbon Steel, Super Alloys, Duplex Steel of the finest quality.
We design, manufacture, export and also undertake contract manufacturing. Our team of experts undertake casting orders both ferrous and non-ferrous as per the initial layout specifications and design of our valued customers and craft them accordingly.
Widely spread over 3 acres of land.
Futuristic In-house machining facilities.
More than 2400 tonnes annual production capacity.
Provision for Robotic systems in coating process.
Latest Chemical & Mechanical Lab Setup with technologically upgraded measuring instruments.
Lean Manufacturing using ERP software for traceability & Semi automation in major production processes for increased efficiency.
Wide Range of Various Metals
While investment cast components can go down to just a few ounces, the best results are normally achieved for parts that are somewhere between 4oz to 30lbs in weight. So you may be better off with another process such as die casting or metal injection molding.
Between the size of your hand and the size of a basketball—from about 4 oz to 30lbs—is the sweet spot for investment casting. At this size/weight, you can beneft from the full range of capabilities and advantages investment casting offers.
It is possible to cast parts of up to 200lbs in weight. But this is not always the best use of the investment casting technology—especially when you don’t need a superior fnish or super tight tolerances. For very large parts, sand casting may be a better alternative.
While investment casting can certainly deliver high precision components to super-fine tolerances, if you are converting an existing part, you may find that the economies don’t work for you (we’ll be happy to run the numbers for you).
Investment casting delivers net shape, or near net shape results every time. When you factor in your current costs from secondary operations (e.g. machining, welding, and finishing) investment casting could save you both time and money—all while delivering higher quality results.
If the component can be seen easily, you’ll probably want it to look good. Investment cast parts offer a wide range of finishes without expensive secondary operations such as polishing or plating.
While investment casting offers many benefits over and above the way it looks, you may be able to get away with something more basic such as a sand cast part. But consider the following questions before you decide.
In many ways, simple shapes are ideal for investment casting. However, you need to do the math on your overall costs to see whether it makes sense to make the move from your existing process. We can help you assess whether the move will work from a cost-benefit standpoint.
This is where investment casting shines. There are few geometries that are too complex for it to handle. In fact, it can combine multiple shapes into one (see below). Ultimately, with investment casting, you can dream bigger—because the answer is likely to be: Yes. It means, investment casting can open up an array of new possibilities. From reducing or increasing weight to adding or streamlining key features, it can add value in a multitude of ways.
Investment casting is fully capable of delivering outstanding performance for simple, static components. Again, deciding on converting to investment casting will come down to whether or not it can deliver better performance at a lower overall cost than your current process.
Because you can choose from a far wider range of alloys and finishes, with investment casting you can produce parts custom-designed for more challenging environments. Again, you can combine multiple parts into a single complex component that can deliver greater performance, be easier to install, and save you time and money.
Of course, investment casting works with standard “off the shelf” formulations but we find that customers can often be surprised at the value they can gain from exploring custom alternatives. With investment casting, there are few limitations.
Investment casting can work with just about any mainstream alloy. More than this, we can custom develop alloys to meet your precise specifications. This can open up new options and deliver higher value that was previously possible.
That’s the problem with hidden costs, they’re… well… hidden. Typically, they’ll be spread across a number of unnecessary secondary operations (welding, finishing, etc.) or in slow processes (complex sub-assembly), or in compromises brought about by limitations of technology or materials. The important thing is to think about all the ways in which the part you produce, and how you produce it, could be improved. This means taking a more holistic view. We often find that while investment casting tends to introduce some additional set up costs, the savings it offers over the entire production process easily makes up for the initial investment.
Some processes that can look cheap on paper can be anything but in the real world. Once you factor in extensive secondary operations, slow, time-consuming sub-assemblies, limitations of alloys, and sub-optimal performance, they can be very expensive indeed. The key is to look at the entire end-to-end process of producing the part. This often unveils costs that simply aren’t reflected in normal piece price calculations. So, while investment casting can be more expensive in its set up costs, the savings it delivers in the long-term can often and easily eclipse the initial investment.