Vacuum casting, also called V process casting or V casting process, is different from typical investment castings due to the technique that is used to create the moulds and patterns. The vacuum casting process begins by placing a two-piece mold in a vacuum chamber. Followed by the molten metal drawn into the mould by vacuum. Finally, the casting is solidified and the mold is removed in order to get the final blank castings.
If you have a project that requires high-quality vacuum castings, we can provide them for you. Here at RMC, we utilize both gravity casting and vacuum casting methods to produce metal components with weight range from a few kilograms up to hundreds of kilograms. Our more than 20 years of experience in both of these methods guarantee that we can supply superior or near net shape parts that require little or no finish work.