Over the past 35 years the Tungsten Trimworks team has developed a unique and entirely specialized process for centrifugal casting production. In centrifugal casting, molten metal is poured into a hallow steel or carbon mold which is rotating around its own axis. When molten metal first contacts the mold it conforms to the shape of the mold and all the heavier elements begin to get pushed outward while the impurities such as slag, low density inclusions, and gasses are displaced toward the center of the part. These impurities remain near the inside wall while normal solidification and shrinkage occurs entirely on the inside diameter. This process corresponds in conjunction to the riser of a conventional static pour. We develop personalized centrifugal cast molds and our team of machinists will produce them to our customer’s exact specifications. We will also pour and ship castings to allow our customers to machine their own parts in-house. With our centrifugal casting process we are able to produce tight grained structural castings without porosity or inclusions that will exceed the most scrutinized government testing and restrictions in place today.