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Carley Foundry


We pride ourselves on off ering our customers exactly the right casting process and materi- als to meet the most rigorous tolerances and specifi cations. Our wide variety of processes are capable of producing high or low volume production runs. If it doesn’t exist, we’ll build it in our prototyping department. From several ounces to cast- ings weighing in excess of 500 pounds, we can cast it! www.carleyfoundry.com


Dura-Bar


Dura-Bar continuous cast iron bar stock provides solutions, improves performance and results in signifi cant long-term cost savings. Our material is the preferred choice over steel, castings and aluminum for many applications in a wide variety of industries. Visit our website for material advantages, machining recommendations, case studies, tech briefs and more. www.dura-bar.com


Falcon de Juarez


Falcon de Juarez produces both grey iron and ductile iron sand castings. US owned and managed facility with over 45 years of experience. Central location. JIT produc- tion with short leadtimes. 75,000 sq ft state of the art foundry, built in 1995. Elec- tric induction furnaces. Jolt squeeze molding machines. Polishing and powdercoat. High quality parts in short to midsize runs. Experienced in broad range of industries www.falconcastings.com


Denison Industries


Denison Industries is a producer of highly engineered aluminum castings that have complex geometries and are core intensive. Specializing in casting conversion redesigns, Denison utilizes the low-pressure, semi-permanent and permanent mold casting processes. To add value to its cast components, the fi rm also per- forms machining, heat-treatment, impregnation and assembly


operations. www.denisonindustries.com


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Farrar Corp.


We’re dedicated to off ering the quality and service you can count on when looking for ductile iron, ADI and carbidic ADI completely machined castings. We off er you a single source for pattern design, engineering, casting production, fi nish machining, heat treating and assembly... all under one roof. Visit our web site today. www.farrarusa.com


Frazer & Jones


Frazer & Jones is one of the most up-to-date ductile and malleable iron foundries in the United States, produc- ing an average of 400,000 commercial and automotive castings daily from ounces to 10 lbs. T e foundry produces most grades of ductile iron, malleable iron and martensitic malleable iron. www.frazerandjones.com


Highland Foundry LTD


Highland Foundry special- izes in the production of high quality steels-Super Austen- titic Stainless, Duplex, Super Duplex, Nickel Base, etc. Special alloys that set us apart from the competition. We are ISO 9001 certifi ed for high integrity castings up to 7,000 lbs. To view some examples of Highland projects, visit our website. www.highlandfoundry.com


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Fonderie Saguenay


Saguenay Foundry specializes in small series of Gray Iron, Ductile Iron and Compacted Graphite Iron sand castings from 500 to 15,000 pounds. Un- matched customer service from design to shipping, high-quality products and rapid prototyping have made Saguenay Foundry’s high reputation. www.foundry-sag.com


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