NH Manufacturer Provides Critical Aluminum Prototype Castings for the Aerospace Industry and Beyond

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Alcumet Investment Castings, a New Hampshire supplier of prototype castings has invested in the equipment to provide prototypes for the aerospace, defense, and other critical industries.

“Every successful part or product was once a successful prototype,” says Russell Wilmarth, C.E.O of Alcumet Incorporated (http://www.alcumet.com), an aluminum prototype casting supplier in New Hampshire.

With that in mind, Wilmarth has announced that Alcumet Incorporated has endeavored to be constantly equipped with state of the art aluminum prototype casting equipment, which is then combined with years of casting expertise to help serve a worldwide market with better and more reliable aluminum prototype castings. It's this initiative that has enabled Alcumet to supply industries such as the Aerospace Industry and the Military with essential prototypes for critical applications.

Wilmarth says, “Whether you need parts for something as large as an airplane or as small as a bullet casing – with high quality, expertly designed and manufactured aluminum prototype castings, you save time and money in both the short and long term.”

Due to the benefits of aluminum casting, an effective aluminum prototype casting from Alcumet Incorporated not only helps keep a project on schedule, but it helps cut costs as well. As Wilmarth explains, aluminum prototype casting achieves this by taking advantage of higher part yields, less machining, and the ability to find and correct design flaws early on in the development process.

In addition, Wilmarth explains that Alcumet uses state of the art equipment to innovate not only the actual investment casting process, but the subsequent quality control testing as well. Once aluminum prototype castings have been subject to high tech slurries, advanced steam autoclaves, and sand blasting for added durability, they’re then put through exhaustive quality control processes that analyze their internal, external, and chemical integrity of each prototype.
According to Wilmarth, the entire process boils down to one maxim. “The better the prototype, the better the product.”

To learn more, visit http://www.alcumet.com/prototype-casting.html

Alcumet Incorporated is a precision lost wax 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 http://www.alcumet.com/prototype-casting.html

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