We excel at stamping complex parts. We cost-effectively create simple tooling and jigs that allow us to perform a job using several stations rather than a large complex progressive die.
Sand castings are by nature not perfectly uniform, so we make on-site monitoring a key part of any sand casting project. Our staff at the plant makes sure only qualified parts are shipped.
The first item that Carpathian Industries ever produced was a simple die cast aluminum alloy bracket. We currently work with die castings that need several different levels of precision.
Gravity casting isn’t the right process for every project, though it has many advantages over other forms of casting including: low porosity, ability to be heat treated for reduced internal stress and increased strength, strong & precise ribs…
Most of our forging work consists of brass connectors, fittings and valve bodies. These parts are forged then machined to specific dimensions. Compared to CNC-machining small parts directly from bar stock, forging and then machining allows us to make more efficient use of raw materials and thus reduce cost.
Assembly and Integration
A flag manufacturer came to us with a problem. They were selling a kit to a major home improvement retailer, but competition had become fierce, and their margins had fallen. To improve their margins…