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Casting Services

Frigate offers a comprehensive suite of B2B casting services, providing high-quality, near-net-shape components for your demanding projects. Our technical expertise ensures optimal part performance and cost-effective production.

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Our Casting Offerings

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Multi-Disciplinary Casting Expertise

Precision Engineered for Performance

We leverage a deep understanding of material properties, solidification mechanics, and mold design principles to optimize casting processes for your specific requirements.

Advanced Simulation & Modeling plays a crucial role in our casting solutions. We simulate casting processes to predict potential solidification defects and optimize gating systems for exceptional directional solidification and microstructure control.

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Technical Advantages of Frigate

Diverse Casting Processes

We offer a wide range of casting techniques to suit your specific project requirements. These include sand casting, investment casting, die casting, and lost-foam casting, each with its own advantages for part complexity, dimensional accuracy, and material suitability.

Our team of experts will guide you in selecting the most appropriate process for your application.

Advanced Molding Techniques

We utilize state-of-the-art molding technologies, including 3D printing for mold creation, to ensure exceptional dimensional accuracy and repeatability in your castings.

Certified Material Expertise

Our team possesses in-depth knowledge of various casting materials, including ferrous and non-ferrous alloys. We can recommend the optimal material based on your project's specific strength, weight, corrosion resistance, and other performance requirements.

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Advanced Finishes for Premium Performance

When you require high-performance or distinctive aesthetics, Frigate delivers with our advanced finishes,

Anodizing (Aluminum)

It provides corrosion resistance with optional wear resistance for demanding applications. 

Wet Painting

Unlimited color choices for complete customization. 


Enhance performance with nickel, chrome, and other options.

Chemical Film (Aluminum)

Improves paint adhesion and guards against corrosion, all while maintaining conductivity. 

Media Tumbling

Smooth surfaces and eliminate sharp edges for a polished finish. 

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Why Choose Frigate for Custom Casting?

Rigorous Quality Control

Frigate Engineering adheres to strict quality control procedures throughout the casting process. We employ advanced inspection techniques such as X-ray, ultrasonic testing, and dimensional analysis to ensure castings meet your specifications and industry standards.

Finite Element Analysis (FEA) Integration

Our in-house FEA capabilities allow us to analyze casting designs for potential stress points and optimize them for strength and performance. This minimizes the risk of casting defects and ensures parts can withstand intended loads and operating conditions.

Advanced Inspection Techniques

We utilize CMMs, ultrasonic testing, and other non-destructive testing (NDT) methods to verify dimensional accuracy, material properties, and weld integrity. This guarantees parts meet your exact specifications and comply with industry standards.

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Casting Materials

Our casting services offer a fusion of precision and creativity, molding metals into bespoke designs with finesse. Whether it’s iron’s resilience or bronze’s fluidity, we bring your visions to life with expert craftsmanship.

Cast Metal Materials

Aluminum Casting

Aluminum alloys are the most widely used for cast parts. Aluminum casting suppliers benefit from the total recyclability of the material and its ease of use. Due to the comparatively higher melting point, aluminum casting may require a cold chamber casting process. Engineers use cast aluminum parts primarily for their great strength-to-weight ratios, dimensional stability, and diverse finishing options. Some of the other common characteristics of cast aluminum alloys are:

  • Withstand high operating temperatures
  • Corrosion Resistance
  • Good stiffness
  • High thermal and electrical conductivity

Engineers and designers can choose from various alloys for their aluminum casting parts. Frigate offers the most popular aluminum casting alloys, including:

  • A360.0
  • A380.0
  • A383.0 (ADC12)
  • A413.0
Zinc Casting

Zinc is the easiest to cast material among the casting metals and is typically used in hot chamber processes. Molten zinc has exceptional casting fluidity and a lower melting point. Its strength and stiffness allow it to produce parts with thinner walls and highly detailed features and maintain tight tolerances. The low melting point of casting zinc alloys means the casted parts cool off and solidify more quickly, which results in the fastest production rates of the casting materials. Zinc is an all-around well-performing material due to its balance of mechanical and physical characteristics, which include,

Impact strength
High hardness
Great stability
High-quality surface finish and easily plated
Low melting point

Frigate offers the most popular types of Zamak and ZA casting zinc alloys. More specifically, those alloys include,

Zamak 2 (ZA-2)
Zamak 3 (ZA-3)

Frigate Approach

Frigate's Pressure & Gravity Casting Solutions

Frigate delivers unparalleled expertise across both Pressure and Gravity Casting processes. We excel in producing complex, high-quality parts for the automotive and transportation industries.

Our Pressure Casting capabilities encompass intricate components like two-wheeler crankcases, Vehicle Clutch Housings, and Vehicle Gear Box Housings.

Furthermore, our Gravity Casting mastery extends to crafting visually striking and functional parts such as Two Wheeler Alloy Wheels, Disc + ABS Brakes, and Two Wheeler Swing Arms. Frigate is your one-stop shop for exceptional casting solutions. 

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Having Doubts? Our FAQ

Check all our Frequently Asked Question

What is casting?

Casting is a manufacturing process that involves pouring molten metal into a mold cavity and allowing it to solidify. Once cooled, the solidified metal takes the shape of the mold cavity, creating a cast part.

What are the benefits of casting?

Casting offers several benefits, including: 

  • Ability to produce complex shapes and sizes. 
  • Cost-effectiveness for high-volume production. 
  • Material flexibility with various metals, plastics, and ceramics. 
  • Design freedom for intricate details. 
  • Strength and durability of cast components. 
What materials do you offer for casting?

We offer a wide range of casting materials, including aluminum, zinc, and various alloys. Our team can help you choose the right material for your specific application. 

What is the difference between standard and custom die casting?

Standard casting uses pre-existing molds to mass-produce identical parts. Custom casting involves designing and creating a unique mold to produce parts according to your requirements.

What are the benefits of custom casting?

Custom casting offers several advantages, including: 

  • Production of parts with unique shapes and features. 
  • Optimization for better performance and efficiency. 
  • Reduced costs through design optimization. 
How can I get a quote for a casting project?

Contact Frigate Manufacturing today! We'll talk about your project requirements and give you a competitive quote.

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Global Sales Office

818, Preakness lane, Coppell, Texas, USA – 75019

Registered Office

23, 6th West Street, Balaji Nagar, Kattur,  Pappakuruchi, Tiruchirappalli-620019, Tamil Nadu, India.

Operations Office

9/1, Poonthottam Nagar, Ramanandha Nagar, Saravanampatti, Coimbatore-641035, Tamil Nadu, India. ㅤ


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