Investment casting is a metal forming process that generally involves using a wax pattern surrounded by a ceramic shell to form a ceramic mold. Once the ceramic shell is dry, the wax is melted out, and the ceramic mold is formed.
Precision machining is a process to produce accurate components with high tolerances and excellent surface quality by removing materials from a workpiece. It involves a combination of several or all of the turning, milling, drilling, gear cutting, honing, grinding processes, and other steps.
Sand casting is a metal forming process in which a mold is first formed from a three-dimensional pattern of sand, and molten metal is poured into the mold cavity for solidification.
Surface treatment generally refers to a process to alter an object’s surface to enhance its appearance or functional properties. At Impro, surface treatment refers to electroplating, one of the most widely-used surface treatment techniques that provide broad coverage of coating metals and high cost-efficiency.
Impro is an integrated one-stop solution providers. In addition to our primary manufacturing process technologies, we have other in-house casting processes such as permanent mold casting and shell mold casting to satisfy aerospace customers’ need for precision aluminum castings. At Impro manufacturing facilities, our comprehensive heat treatment and laboratory services can ensure products are processed timely in accordance with exact specifications and customer requirements.
We offer comprehensive one-stop solutions that cover the precision component manufacture value chain throughout the entire product life cycle.
Our manufacturing capabilities cover the entire casting component production process, from tooling design and manufacturing, casting, secondary machining, heat treatment, surface treatment to finishing, enabling us to offer ready-to-use products and services to customers.