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INVESTMENT CASTING PRODUCTS AND SERVICES


North American Suppliers


SEATTLE UNIVERSITY - DEPT. OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 901 12th Avenue Seattle, WA 98122 USA (206) 296-5540


Email: me@seattleu.edu www.seattleu.edu/scieng PRODUCT OR SERVICES: Education / Research Seattle University, founded in 1891, is a Jesuit Catholic university ranked among the best colleges and universities in the nation for producing successful graduates, investing in the student experience and fostering student success. Seattle U is the top ranked private university in the Northwest and #117 in the nation. Awards and high rankings for academic rigor, sustainability, community service and social justice are among Seattle University’s touchstones of excellence. One of them is a Presidential Award from the White House for community service, a recognition received by only five universities.


SELEE Advanced Ceramics 24 West End Drive Gilberts, IL 60136 USA (847) 428-4455 Fax: (847) 428-0158


Email: kschiefelbein@selee.com www.engineeredceramics.com PRODUCT OR SERVICES: Crucibles and ladle liners: Engineered Ceramic’s ladle liners, crucibles and specialty products have satisfied customers time and time again. Engineers are knowledgeable about the investment casting industry and can help provide design concepts and ideas for your specific application.


SHAPE TECHNOLOGIES GROUP 23500 64 Avenue S Kent, WA 98032 USA (253) 246-3200


Email: dhowes@shapetechnologies.com www.shapetechnologies.com PRODUCT OR SERVICES: Shape Technologies Group, Inc. is the world’s leading developer and provider of ultrahigh-pressure process solutions for advanced manufacturing and materials processing applications. SHAPE companies deliver innovative manufacturing process solutions to customers spanning 100 countries and a broad array of industries.


SHELL-O-MATIC, INC. 10600 Ste. Gertrude Blvd.


Montreal North, Quebec H1G 5N4 CANADA (514) 323-0868 Fax: (514) 329-3672


Email: sbeaudoin@shellomatic.com www.shellomatic.com


PRODUCT OR SERVICES: Designers and builders of specialized robot systems and components for the investment casting industry: dipping robots, conveyor/ drying systems, mold tracking, slurry mixing tanks, rainfall sanders, fluidized beds. Wax melters and conditioners.


SIGMUND COHN CORP. 121 South Columbus Avenue Mt. Vernon, NY 10553 USA (914) 664-5300


Email: payables@sigmundcohn.com www.sigmundcohn.com PRODUCT OR SERVICES: Sigmund Cohn is a manufacturer of platinum and palladium alloys in wire, ribbon, and rod form. The company offers high-tensile strength wire and ribbon products in various sizes to meet nearly every need.


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SOLIDSCAPE INC. 316 Daniel Webster Hwy. Merrimack, NH 03054 USA (603) 429-9700


Email: mburns@solidscape.com www.solidscape.com


PRODUCT OR SERVICES: Solidscape’s high precision 3D wax pattern printers are engineered specifically for lost-wax casting/investment casting and mold making applications. Solidscape’s high resolution 3D printers speed prototyping and production time, reducing labor and material costs, and most importantly, providing superior castings.


SOUTH COAST MOLD, INC. 1852 McGaw Avenue Irvine, CA 92614 USA (949) 253-2000 Fax: (949) 258-9005


Email: paul@southcoastmold.com PRODUCT OR SERVICES: South Coast Mold builds tooling for investment casting including dies and fixtures as well as machining castings. They also do reverse engineering and CAD modeling.


STONER, INC. P.O. Box 65


1070 Robert Fulton Hwy. Quarryville, PA 17566 USA (717) 786-7355 Fax: (717) 786-9088


Email: bhouck@stonersolutions.com www.stonermolding.com PRODUCT OR SERVICES: A leading manufacturer of wax pattern releases, Stoner also manufactures and sells a line of pattern cleaners for those who do choose silicone as a wax pattern release.


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