Stainless Steel Investment Casting

We OEM high quality stainless steel investment casting. Manufacture precision lost wax investment parts for customers all over the world.


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Stainless steel investment casting is normally used to produce precision components or parts that are durable, corrosion-resistant, and have excellent surface finish. Investment casting offers several advantages, including the ability to produce parts with complex geometries, tight tolerances, and intricate features.

Our investment casting parts are commonly used for:

  • Pump

  • Valve

  • Auto parts

  • Connector

  • Fastener

  • Bearing seat

SUNTECH Investment Casting Capabilities

Maximum Weight

  • Maximum weight 20kgs

Casting Tolerances

  • Casting tolerance ±0.05mm

Surface Treatments for Investment Casting

There are several types of surface treatments used in investment casting, including shot blasting, electroplating, polishing and powder coating.

Surface Treatments: Shot blasting
Material: Stainless steel

Surface Treatments: Electroplating
Material: Stainless steel

Surface Treatments: Powder coating
Material: Stainless steel

Investment Casting Parts Materials

The commonly used materials for making investment casting parts include carbon steels, low alloy steels, stainless steels, tool steels, cobalt alloys, nickel alloys, titanium alloys, aluminum, brass, and bronze. The choice of material depends on the application, part size, mechanical properties, and the required surface finish.


  • Stainless steel

  • Carbon steel

  • Alloy steel

  • Tool steel

  • Cobalt alloy


  • Nickel alloy

  • Titanium alloy

  • Aluminum

  • Brass
  • Bronze

About Investmen Casting Work

Investment casting is a manufacturing method used to produce complex parts of different sizes, shapes, and quantities with high accuracy and consistency.

Investment casting is commonly used in industries such as aerospace, automotive, and medical, where precision and accuracy are critical.

Investment Casting Workshop

Take a quick tour through our Investment Casting Factory in China to see how the parts were manufactured.