Casting Tolerance

Casting Tolerance

The investment casting process is highly versatile and efficient, and it yields precise components with excellent detail and accuracy. However, achieving tight tolerances can be challenging, and several factors can impact the level of precision that can be achieved. When selecting the investment casting process, it's essential to pay attention to the dimensions, materials, and complexity of your designs, as well as the production volume and post-processing requirements.

KEMING MACHINERY is a highly experienced investment casting manufacturer that can offer several investment casting processes, including water glass lost wax casting, lost foam casting, and silica sol casting. Our team of skilled professionals can help you choose the best casting process for your unique needs and specifications. Additionally, we follow strict tolerance standards to ensure that our investment castings meet your precise requirements.
We categorize investment casting tolerances into two types: Linear Tolerances and Geometric Tolerances. Linear tolerances include dimensions such as length, concentricity, fillet radii, holes, flatness, straightness, corner radii, and curved holes, while geometric tolerances include flatness, straightness, parallelism, roundness, hole tolerance, internal radii, and fillets.
For us precision tolerance, according your requirements, CT-6 to CT-8 is our tolerance range.


KEMING MACHINERY’s quality control processes ensure that each investment casting component meets the appropriate tolerances for your specific requirements. Even if the tolerances initially provided are not achievable after casting, our machining capabilities can help ensure the required effect. With a focus on delivering high-quality metal castings at the most accurate dimensions, KEMING MACHINERY is the partner you can trust for your investment casting needs.