Tech Cast is a privately owned, non-union, investment casting foundry that produces investment castings in a diverse range of alloys including duplex and super duplex stainless steels. Tech Cast produces investment castings in a diverse range of high and low carbon steel grades and exotic alloys to meet your needs. Precision craftsmanship, flexibility, and customer oriented with consistent, reliable delivery is our specialty.
Tech Cast strives to be a customer focused investment cast foundry providing value-driven solutions to meet the complex needs of our customer base.
Tech Cast will accomplish this by utilizing advanced engineering technology, continuous process improvement, value added services, and the applied skill and craftsmanship of our team. Learn more about Tech Cast by viewing our video below.
Tech Cast will assemble and train a solid team who can provide a complete network of services and unique product solutions in order to meet the ever changing demands of our customers.
Quaker Alloy was founded by Leroy Miller, James Blauch, John Juppenlatz, and Richard Miller Sr. in 1954, and instantly became a leader in the sand casting industry.
Quaker Alloy grew to have over 1300 employees and pour 7000 tons of steel annually in Myerstown, PA. Leroy and Richard Sr. sold off the business to Harsco Corporation in 1969. Richard Miller Sr. son (Richard Miller Jr) became actively involved in the business in 1973 as a controller and eventually started an investment cast division for Harsco in 1977. The first production heat was poured from the investment cast division on March 27, 1978.
Quaker Alloy Casting Company and its investment casting facilities were purchased in April 1986 by CMI International, Inc., and later became a subsidiary to CMI International, Inc. in March 1988, under the ownership of Ray Witt.
On June 1, 1989, the sand/shell foundry was renamed to CMI-Quaker Alloy, Inc. and the investment cast foundry was renamed to CMI-Quaker Investment, Inc., each independently responsible as subsidiaries of CMI International, Inc.
In 1996, once again CMI-Quaker Investment, Inc was renamed to CMI-Tech Cast, Inc., the foundry continued to operate under this entity until 1999, at which time the business was renamed Tech Cast, Inc. Ray Witt continued to own and operate the business until March of 2010 when Revstone Industries purchased Tech Cast. In 2014, Spell Capital acquired Tech Cast, and we are currently operating as Tech Cast Holdings LLC, dba Tech Cast LLC.
Tech Cast strives to be at the forefront of our industry when it comes to quality investment castings. Our commitment and focus is to achieve complete customer satisfaction; Tech Cast prides itself on providing high efficient levels of service to all of our customers, by all levels of personnel within our organization.
In order to ensure that we are satisfying the needs and expectations of our customer base, we have developed an online survey to gather information in many different service areas, which will aid in gauging our performance levels to you, the customer.
We have been able to accomplish our reputation by listening to our customers. This survey will provide Tech Cast, LLC. with invaluable feedback concerning our organization and our strengths and weaknesses. This feedback will be used to help us develop better service for our customer base in the future.
Please take a moment to fill out the online survey and to elaborate on the optional comments and suggestions. Please be sure to enter your company name and the name of the individual completing the survey so that we can track the responses received, and also so that we can ensure that any needs or issues are addressed accordingly. Thank you, as your time is greatly appreciated.
Parts with complex geometries and intricate details can be created with this process.
For R&D, part repairs, reverse engineers, low production quantities. Tech Cast can meet all of your SLA Rapid Prototype requirements.
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