PresseBox
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  • Linn High Therm GmbH
  • Heinrich-Hertz-Platz 1
  • 92275 Eschenfelden
  • https://www.linn.de
  • Contact person
  • Andreas Rössler
  • +49 (9665) 9140-57

Precision fine casting

(PresseBox) (Eschenfelden, ) Already more than 3000 years ago, people started to develop processes how to produce fine beeswax models for gold and bronze jewelery in clay moulds with the cire-perdue process. (casting of lost moulds).
The precision fine casting machines of the company Linn High Therm GmbH are as well part of this tradition.
Equipped with latest techniques, Linn High Therm GmbH can prove many decades of experience in the field of producing fine casting machines as well as burning out and preheating furnaces for ceramic moulds.

The machines from Linn High Therm GmbH of the construction line “Platicast”, “Titancast” and “Titancast Super” work with the casting process in the casting arm.
The metal is directly melted by induction in the casting arm under vacuum and/or protective gas.

By rotation of the casting arm, the centrifugal forces are pressing the melt from the crucible in the ceramic casting mould. A high capacity medium frequency converter makes short fusion times possible. The integrated SPS-control supervises the transient behaviour as well as the number of revolutions of the casting arm.

Precision casting components derive from stainless steels, titanium, TiAl and superalloys as safe and dependable as parts derived from bronze, Al, Mg etc.
Complicated fine casting components of highest precision can be casted up to a precision or wall thickness respectively of 0,1mm with the machines from Linn High Therm GmbH. Due to this, finest structures on thin walled components are realizable. These precision casting components are used for production of microsystems, in sensor techniques, in optical components, in medicin and dental techniques, in the jewellery casting, in the aerospace sector as well as in the modelmaking branch and in the automotive industry.