Our capabilities offer OEMs the freedom to design components with intricate geometries, cored passageways, cast-in features and sculpted surfaces. Because castings can be produced in net and near-net shapes, machining and other finishing requirements can be eliminated or significantly reduced. Furthermore, the use of Stereolithography (SLA) patterns to make castings can significantly reduce development lead-times and give the ability to evaluate design options prior to production.
To provide customers with the high-quality castings and production repeatability they demand, ATI has automated its manufacturing processes. Today, all the steps in the casting process, from pattern- and shell-making, through melting and casting, to HIPping and inspection, are microprocessor controlled.
Our casting engineers design a unique production process for every part. In this way, the power of the investment casting process is fine-tuned to meet the exact mechanical properties, post-casting part tolerances and net shape that will permit optimum downstream manufacturability.
Your requirements for raw material inspection, in-process quality assurance procedures, and nondestructive post-casting quality certification can all be satisfied at ATI. The entire production process is under the tightest control to make your parts right, the first time.
ATI Cast Products maintains ISO 9001:2000 and Aerospace Standard AS9100 Rev. C certifications. In addition, we are Qualifas and Nadcap approved. Our quality system is monitored by AQA International, LLC.