New Hampshire Copper Castings Supplier Leverages New Technology to Provide Better Investment Castings

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Alcumet Incorporated, a world-wide provider of copper extruded castings has acquired state of the art equipment necessary to provide a higher level of quality for industries requiring investment castings.

Alcumet Incorporated, an investment casting foundry in New Hampshire, has announced the optimization of their services to provide critical copper castings for industries needing superior electrical conductivity.

While used throughout history for a wide variety of applications – from jewelry to art – modern copper castings have enabled suppliers like Alcumet to provide copper castings for the aerospace, military, and electronics industries so that they may easily combine several parts into a single complex casting that doesn’t sacrifice its conductivity.

As Alcumet President Russell Wilmarth explains, “Copper castings not only provide more uniform parts, they also reduce the weight of the whole part by cutting down on the number of parts that need to be cast to create the whole. Combined with the added benefit of conductivity, good finishing, and close tolerances – Industries like aerospace, electronics, and the military can really count on copper castings for a wide range of their parts.”

Regarding the highly technical nature of the industries requiring copper investment casting and beryllium copper casting, Wilmarth explains, “Alcumet is supported by a team of highly trained engineers who specialize in the copper casting field. Combined with our facility that’s constantly upgraded, I’m confident that we can handle virtually any copper casting project that comes through the door.”

Alcumet Incorporated is a precision investment casting foundry located in Londonderry, New Hampshire. They provide investment casting in a number of copper and aluminum alloys for a variety of industries across the country. For more information about investment casting and other services at Alcumet Inc., call 800.221.0419, or visit

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