Open Die and Rolled Ring Forging
Scot Forge is proud to be a 100% employee-owned manufacturer of custom open die forgings and seamless rolled rings. Starting as a small hammer shop in Chicago in 1893, Scot Forge has over 120 years of experience. Today we have the capability to forge parts weighing up to 300,000 lbs., and roll seamless rings up to 252″ in diameter. Operating with more than 1.3 million sq.ft. of manufacturing space between our five plants, over 250 million lbs. of forgings are shipped from Scot Forge annually.
Precision Investment Casting by the Lost Wax Process
Shellcast is a fully integrated, Canadian owned company, founded by its President, Bodo B. Morgenstern, in 1971. Located in Montreal, Canada, it is one of the major manufacturers of aluminum precision investment castings by the lost wax process.
We produce high-quality aluminum alloy castings using the shell process on automated production lines employing robotics. Casting sizes range from less than 1 in² (645 mm²) plan area, to a volume size fitting into a 3.5 ft. cube, with a single axis up to a length of 40 inches.
Precision Machining, Large Parts
Tech-Max Machine, Inc. is taking job shop machining to a new level of excellence by specializing in precision computerized machining of LARGE PARTS. Using our extensive machine capabilities along with years of experience, we offer you CNC Turning, Milling, Boring, Wire EDM and Mechanical Assembly Services that are closely complemented by our secondary services partners within the industry. In short, we have the knowledge, capacity and tremendous dedication to machine your parts exactly to print be it one piece, five pieces or twenty-five pieces.
We offer you a more professional and less risky source to machine your important parts. Our outstanding service insures your peace-of-mind that your parts will be machined exactly per print and delivered exactly when we promised – that’s our business: Keeping promises.
Lodi Iron Works is your single source for complete in-house production of high quality stainless steel, carbon steel, Meehanite, grey iron, and ductile iron castings. Our mission is to produce high quality iron castings – on time!
Occupying more than 100,000 square feet, our two well-equipped iron foundries have a production capacity of 30 tons of ferrous alloys per shift to accommodate a variety of diverse iron casting projects – making Lodi Iron Works a leader in short run as well as high production of ferrous and non ferrous castings and prototypes. We produce ductile iron castings in sizes from ounces to 1500 lb in green sand and no-bake for many industries.
High Pressure Die Casting
Pace Industries is North America’s leading full-service aluminum die casting, zinc die casting and magnesium die casting manufacturer. Strategically located throughout North America, we are more than a die casting company. We are a solution provider offering a wide array of capabilities and services.
Our die casting capabilities are vast, and our aluminum die casting customers are supported with aluminum die casting machines that range from 400 to 3,000 tons. Our zinc die casting customers benefit from advanced die casting through both small Techmire machines and conventional die casting machines that range up to 500 tons. We also offer impressive magnesium die casting capabilities with machines ranging from 150 to 600 tons.
Pace offers unmatched value-added services that include engineering support, design, shot blasting, complex machining, impregnation, tumbling, chromating, wet painting, powder coating, polishing, assembly and other finishing services.
Zero-Draft V-Process Casting
Our 55,000 total square-foot, computer controlled facilities house state-of-the-art computer controlled equipment run by our manufacturing experts. Compared with a typical sand foundry, we produce finer finishes and cast to tighter and more consistent tolerances. The result? An upgrade in quality at a comparable or even lower total cost.
We provide a multitude of services not always available from other casting suppliers including:
- Aluminum V-PROCESS manufacturing
- CNC machining, finishing and subassembly
- CAD/CAM systems to receive, integrate and generate numerically controlled programs for rapid, accurate patterns and component machining.