Woodland/Alloy Casting, Inc

1222 18th Street

PO Box 085866

Racine, WI 53408-5866

 

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Aluminum Casting - Woodland-Alloy.com
As leaders in the Aluminum Industry, we are your one stop shop for all your casting needs. Whether its raw castings or finshed goods let us show you the "Woodland Difference"

Services

 

Woodland/Alloy Casting work's directly with our high qualified suppliers, who have similar values and continue to invest in their production capabilities to provide the following services in the most cost effective manner.

 

 

Pattern Making

One of the first steps of the casting process, pattern making, is very important. Provide us with a drawing or 3D model, and we will create a high quality pattern specifically designed to yield optimum casting results. Our experienced team is able to make excellent castings to even the most demanding of customer specifications

 

Machining

With access to the latest range of CNC equipment, we are able to offer fully finished aluminum castings reducing your need on multiple suppliers. We specialize in the following:

 

  • Development of Prototypes

  • Small and Medium Batch Sizes

  • Full Production Runs

 

Plating

Our suppliers specialize in all alloys of cast aluminum with special pretreatment cycles tailored to the geometry and alloy of your casting. We deliver superior finishes and fully finished goods right to your place of business. 

 

Painting or Coatings

We are able to support many of the specific requirements for a variety of military, commercial and industrial need.

 

Impregnation

Vacuum impregnation as an industrial process has been in commercial use for more than 60 years. For the world's largest manufacturers, it continues to be the preferred process to improve the pressure-proof, leak-proof, and corrosion-proof requirements of parts and components in critical operations. 

 

Hot Isostatic Processing 

Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) is a manufacturing process, theorized in the 1970s, used to reduce the porosity of metals. This improves the material's mechanical properties and workability.

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