Vacuum Casting

Low-volume Vacuum Casting Production in China

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Low-volume Vacuum Casting Fabrication Supplier

At Beska, we offer low-volume vacuum casting fabrication according to your 3D files. During the process of vacuum casting, our professionals make the plastic vacuum casting parts to the highest industry standard. That’s why we are fully confident to deliver you vacuum casting parts with high quality.

Do you want to do concept design evaluation and function testing? Vacuum casting may be one of the most ideal processing ways to achieve it. Beska is willing to assist your low-volume vacuum casting project from 1 to 50+ prototypes.



Why Choose Beska for Vacuum Casting?

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Beska offers you custom vacuum casting for low-volume production. We will the prototypes first and make low-volume vacuum casting parts according to your 3D files and specification. 
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With the assistance of experienced professionals, the Beska team will create the vacuum casting with quality. Alongside that, we will use advanced inspection tools(CMM, vernier caliper) to ensure the accuracy of the parts.
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You can get the vacuum casting components within 10 days from 1 to 20+ pieces. Whenever you get any urgent vacuum casting project, Beska will be your reliable project partner with a fast turnaround.

The Process of Vacuum Casting (3)

  • 3D Printing Before Vacuum Casting

    Before vacuum casting, we need to make a few prototypes in advance by CNC machining or 3D printing. It is the basis of vacuum casting.

  • Vacuum Casting Stage2

    We pour the liquid silicone into the casting box until it fully covers the prototypes. After curing and solidifying for a specific period, the silicone mold will be cut and the prototypes will be taken out.

  • Vacuum Casting Parts

    When the mold is finished, we will put it into the vacuum casting machine, which will automatically cast the liquid plastic into the mold. The lifespan of a silicone mold can be reused 20 times.

The Creation of Vacuum Casting

What Are the Benefits of Vacuum Casting?

There are a few benefits of vacuum casting as follows:

  • Vacuum casting is suitable for creating low-volume parts. A mold can be used 2o+ times.
  • There are multiple color options you can choose from.
  • As for prototyping, vacuum casting is a cost-effective choice for prototyping because it doesn’t require tooling. Plastic vacuum casting parts are affordable choices for design verification and testing.
  • Compared to injection molding, vacuum casting can be used for creating parts of larger sizes.
  • It is a time-saving choice. We can make multiple molds in one day to save time and energy.
  • The surface of vacuum casting components is more smooth.


What Is the Material Range for Vacuum Casting?

At Beska, the common material range for vacuum casting parts consists of soft elastomers with multiple hardness and thermoplastics including ABS, PMMA, and Nylon.

The silicone mold of vacuum casting is produced by silicone rubber. We usually start by evacuating the mixed resin and pouring it into the frame. After cooling, the silicone mold is formed.

Vacuum Casting Process

What Is Vacuum Casting?

Vacuum casting is a technique that applies silicone molds to create low-volume copies of the prototype. Vacuum casting is an affordable manufacturing method for verifying and testing the design. It has a wide application in the industries of automotive, medical, and aerospace. 

Automotive Vacuum Casting

The details of the vacuum casting process can be roughly divided into 5 steps:

Step1: Creating the plastic prototypes

Prototype is the foundation of vacuum casting. We are capable of creating the plastic prototypes by 3D printing and CNC machining. Two of them are popular manufacturing methods for prototyping.

Step2: Producing silicone molds

The skilled workers will mix up the silicone rubber and degas them. After that, we can pour the material into the frame, where the material pieces are placed in advance. And then place it into the heating machine to form a silicone mold.

Step3: Cooling and cutting the silicone mold

After cooling, this silicone mold is cut and we can take out the prototype parts from it.

Step4: Casting the material

In the pouring chamber, the machine automatically pours the material and mixes the pigment into the silicone mold under a vacuum. 

Step5: Taking the finished parts 

After casting, we will place the mold in a heating chamber again to accelerate curing. Then, we can take the formed plastic parts out of the mold. 

Step6: Finishing

At this stage, there are still gates and risers left on the vacuum casting parts. We will cut these off and do any additional finishing.



Could You Finish the Vacuum Casting According to the Prototypes That We Made?

Yes, we can create vacuum casting parts according to your prototypes.

Is Vacuum Casting As Accurate As Injection Molding?

No, the tolerance of plastic vacuum casting components is not as as accurate as injection molding. The injection molding requires tooling, which can be applied to create plastic parts with higher tolerance within ±0.1mm. At the same time, the vacuum casting parts are produced according to the prototypes.

Can You Reuse the Silicone Mold for Multiple Times?

Yes, we can reuse it for 20 times.

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