We’ve expanded and enhanced our blog to provide our customers and website visitors with useful and interesting information.
Lebanon, PA (PRWEB) March 31, 2015
Pennsylvania Precision Cast Parts (PPCP), an industry-leading investment casting company located in Lebanon, Pa., is now publishing an enhanced website blog that features posts on investment casting, precision cast parts, the company and other related topics. It is accessed through the BLOG menu item at the top of the website.
“We’ve expanded and enhanced our blog to provide our customers and website visitors with useful and interesting information related to investment casting and our company,” says Andrew Miller, President and CEO of PPCP.
PPCP’s new blog features a wide variety of topics, from technical information about the investment casting process and alloys to introductions of PPCP staff. Following are some recent topics:
- QA Utilizing an Optical Spectrometer
- Casting Process Selection Guide
- Meet the Man in Charge
- Shrinkage Predicted by Numerical Simulations
- Investment Casting for Valves
- Economy of Investment Casting Repeat Runs
- Meet PPCP’s Metal Man
- An Ancient Technology Modernized
“We’re publishing new posts on a regular basis to provide a continuous flow of information,” says Miller. “We hope that our customers and others will come back frequently and that our blog is helpful.”
Company Information - Pennsylvania Precision Cast Parts (PPCP) is an industry-leading manufacturer of top-quality investment castings for a broad range of parts, industries and applications. PPCP has the experience, technical expertise and quality-assurance processes necessary to consistently and reliably deliver castings up to 250 pounds in an extensive array of alloys, from steel and aluminum to highly specialized materials. Located in Lebanon, Pa., PPCP has two fully equipped facilities, cutting-edge equipment and technology, advanced processes and one of the most experienced teams in the industry. PPCP delivers investment casting excellence through exceptional People, Process and Performance.