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Batesville Products Inc.


“You can do that?” We hear it all the time. We’ve been a full-service aluminum foundry specializing in permanent mold castings for over 65 years. How would you describe your alumi- num casting needs? Simple? Complex? Amazing? Visit us online today to discuss how our expertise can fi ll that need


for you. www.batesvilleproducts.com


Bradken


From engineered concept to fi nished product, Bradken focuses on complex, highly engineered castings and value- added off erings, increasing our worth to your organization. We off er design, tooling, castings, fi nish machining, assembly & testing in a range of materials and confi gurations. We utilize our vast experience to off er both domestic and global solutions to


the market. www.bradken.com


BRP US


Our facility in Spruce Pine, NC provides complex lost foam castings for BRP products and for external customers in the marine, automotive, truck- ing, rail, and construction industries. T is facility is one of the only plants worldwide to manufacture lost foam prod- ucts with cast in inserts and to manufacture V-Block engines


using the lost foam process. www.brp-castings.com


Burnstein Von Seelen Corp.


At Burnstein von Seelen, we combine virgin metals, the latest technology and the fi nest craftsmanship to create quality, dependable products. To assist you in selecting the proper alloys for your applica- tions, we off er you a 20-page brochure, which includes alloy tables and examples of high-quality permanent mold


chill castings. www.bvspcc.com


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


May/Jun 2015 | METAL CASTING DESIGN & PURCHASING | 49 Buck Co. Inc.


Buck Co. manufacturers quality castings in aluminum, brass, bronze, ductile, gray iron and malleable metals in its large 220,000-sq. ft., ISO 9002 certi- fi ed foundry. Molding is green sand utilizing HMP-10 Hunter automatic molding machines. Facilities include state-of-the- art metallurgical lab, CAD/ CAM computer for CAD fi les, pattern shop, machining, plating


and painting. www.buckcompany.com


Betz Industries


Betz Industries has been a producer of gray and ductile iron castings since 1933, with a worldwide reputation for quality. Since implementing the full mold casting process in the 1960’s, we remain dedicated to perfecting materials and processes to further improve casting quality at lower costs. Visit our website today for complete information about our


facilities and processes. www.betzindustries.com


Bremer Manufacturing Co. Inc.


ISO 2001 Certifi ed, Bremer is an approved supplier of aluminum sand castings from ounces to 40 lbs, from prototype through production. We have 5 Hunter automatic molding machines and an airset mold- ing line. Alloys cast include aluminum-silicon (300 series) and 535 alloy. Full service engineering & design support. In-house heat treating, CNC machining, fi xture design &


tooling available. www.bremermfg.com


spotlight


Website Spotlight is a directory designed to provide easy access to information from today’s leading suppliers. Beyond the company websites, these casting suppliers also can be found online at www.metalcastingdesign.com as part of our web-based Casting Source Directory.


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