The vacuum casting process is mainly used for prototyping parts and small production runs. It is an attractive manufacturing technique for the education and research sector, as well as for R&D and production in various industries.
It’s a fast, high-quality, inexpensive and versatile production solution, thanks to its compatibility with a wide range of resins.
Vacuum casting involves pouring a liquid material into a mold until it solidifies. The vacuum eliminates the air in the mold, so that the model to be produced takes on the exact shape of the mold.
Ideal for: industry, crafts, education, fablab, makers’ associations, etc.