Sand Casting Foundry

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Stainless Foundry & Engineering delivers world-class quality sand castings for industry leaders with proven short lead times. Located in Milwaukee, WI – USA, we work with over 250 different alloys and have one of the most experienced foundry team in place – from our engineering and quality teams to our foundry and sales personnel.

What is Sand Casting?

For over a millennia…

Sand molding or sand casting as a technology has been around for millennia, and is selected as a preferred method to produce shaped parts from less than a pound, to very large parts. The process is very versatile and cost effective, even for low volume runs because of tooling cost. Nearly any part configuration that can be made in another material, can be reduced to a pattern and created in metal as a sand casting.

Our Sand Casting Capabilities


Core Making

Two different core binder systems (no-bake, and oil) gives us many options in making a quality core needed to meet our diverse requests for different alloys, complex shapes and various sizes.

Molding Technique

Air-set molding techniques are available for our customers. Flask sizes for no-bake range from  12″ x 18″ to as large as 72″ x 72“. Larger sizes are available and can be discussed with our engineering department.


Three induction melt power supplies with six furnaces. Furnace sizes range from 400 lbs to 2800 lbs, giving SF&E flexibility in scheduling by weight and alloy. We can however, pour molds with a pour weight up to about 6000 lbs.


To meet the variable needs of our customers castings in size, shape and alloy, we have a diverse equipment list that includes three different cutoff options, four finish blasting medias (Aluminum oxide, Stainless steel wire, steel shot, bead blast), straightening presses and on-site NDT including RT, PT, MT, VT and UT.

Sand Casting Process

Sand Casting Mold






Sand Casting Foundry Menu


Cost-effective production of complex parts

If you are considering the design of a new part to be cast, or weighing the options of sand or investment casting, please contact us.

Our sales and engineering team can assist in determining which process would work best for you. Contact us today.

Certifications and Compliance

Our foundry takes quality seriously with a dedicated team of highly experienced engineers and operators that meet the World’s most demanding industry specifications.

  • ISO 9001 Certification – Foundry and Machine Shop
  • PED Certification
  • PED Scope of Approval
  • Conflict Minerals Statement
  • RoHS Declaration Form
  • REACH Declaration Form
  • Governmental and Military Program Conformance Stance
  • Oil and Gas Program Conformance Stance
  • Nuclear Program Conformance Stance
  • PED Conformance Stance
  • Food Contact Program Conformance Stance

See all our Certifications.

Did you know?

If you are manufacturing parts or equipment that require compliance with FAR and DFARS, your foundry partner needs to be compliant as well.

Check out governmental purchasing requirements.

Not sure which type of casting is best to produce your parts?

Check out Sand vs Investment Casting– Differences and Advantages, or just talk to us.