John Nichols comes to Franklin Bronze with 30 years of experience in castings with a concentration in investment castings. John has held leadership roles in …
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Congratulations to Neil Kruse, New Product Development Engineer, on graduating from ICI’s Industry Certification Course INCAST July 2016 – ICI Training Course
Franklin Bronze has over 20 years experience specializing in industrial castings. Castings can be poured in brass, bronze, aluminum, stainless steel, and high nickel alloys – ranging in size from a few ounces up to 25 pounds (11.34 kg). Check out the industries we serve here.
Read about Franklin Bronze accomplishments, awards, additions and plans for the future in The Derrick Business Review 2016! Franklin Bronze Derrick Business Review article – 2016
Franklin Bronze Precision Components has a new brochure! Franklin Bronze manufactures investment castings for glass container and many other industrial sectors – including food, automotive, drilling & mining, marine, steel, and valve & pump. Check them out – and more – inside the brochure!
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Bi-Metal Casting by Franklin Bronze Precision Wins Commercial Award Traditionally manufactured as a sand casting or a continuous cast product, this near net shape investment cast neck ring allows for material savings of 20-30% as compared to sand castings and up to 50% as compared to using continuous cast bar material. Using investment cast rings…
Announcing New Website for Franklin Bronze ! Franklin Bronze Precision Components is pleased to announce its new website. The new website focuses on FBPC highly automated, advanced manufacturing capabilities while providing customers the technical expertise and advancements for their investment cast part. Check out the new site!
By: Robert Barber, Director of Business Development, Franklin Bronze Precision Components In the manufacturing process for glass containers, bronze neck rings are commonly used in the forming of the “finish area” of the container. Historically, these neck rings have been machined in the container mold shops from cast shapes that have been either sand cast…