Sand Casting Service

Sand casting is an economically efficient solution for the manufacture of metal parts, and it is highly suitable for the production of both small and large components. At Manek Casting, we perform sand casting for products ranging from 0.5 ounces to 232 pounds, and compared to other casting methods, sand casting has lower costs and also lower costs for mold modification.

Sand Casting Custom Services

At Manek Casting, our experts will provide the perfect solution for your needs. You can create high-quality parts through our sand casting custom services. They can be parts with various complex shapes and sizes. Of course, we also offer sand casting material selection.


In addition to sand casting, we can also offer various value-added services, including heat treatment, annealing, machining, powder coating, spray painting, anodizing, and assembly, etc.

Manek Casting's Sand Casting Capabilities.

Casting Size (mm)8-1000
Maximum Casting Weight (kg)12
Minimum Wall Thickness (mm)0.6
Tolerance (mm)0.025
Surface FinishRa1.6

Sand Casting Applications

The applications of sand casting parts are very diverse, making it an ideal choice for multiple industries. At Manek Casting, our sand casting products can be applied to the following industries:

  • Automotive Industry
  • Aerospace Industry
  • Heavy Machinery and Equipment
  • Oil and Natural Gas Industry
  • Energy and Power Generation
  • Railways and Locomotives
  • Marine and Shipbuilding
  • Defense and Military
  • Construction and Artistic Applications
  • Consumer Goods and Electronics
  • Environment and Renewable Energy
  • Casting and Manufacturing Equipment

Sand Casting Materials

Several factors must be considered for sand casting materials, including mechanical properties, corrosion resistance, thermal characteristics, and cost, etc. At Manek Casting, we can utilize many materials for sand casting, and they can be used across various industries.

  • Grey Iron
  • Ductile Iron (Spheroidal Graphite Iron)
  • Steel
  • Aluminum Alloys
  • Copper Alloys
  • Magnesium Alloys
  • Zinc Alloys
  • Nickel Alloys
  • Titanium Alloys
  • Manganese Steel