At Protocast Inc. we have been providing the greater Denver area with prototype casting and industrial casting services for over 20 years. As we have grown in size, we have noticed more and more that while our customers really want a beautiful product that has gone through rapid prototype casting, they also want to get a better idea of how their prototype has been cast. After all, when people think of casting they simply think of pouring molten metal into a void to create a pre-measured mass.
While yes, in short, a prototype is made using molten metals, there is much more to the rapid prototype casting process than simply heating the metal and pouring it into a mold. In today’s blog post, we will be discussing the steps that are involved with the investment casting process.