Induction Centrifugal Casting Machines

Centrifugal casting machines include lost wax casting or permanent mold casting machines.

Lost Wax or Investment Casting Machines

In the Lost wax or investment casting machines, the shape of the casted part is created from a wax model placed in a flask filled with investment material. The flask is placed in a burn-out furnace where the wax is evaporated, leaving a cavity in the shape of the casted parts. The flask is placed in a rotating fixture in the casting chamber. The metal or alloy to be melted is placed in a crucible in grains, ingots, or scrap. The crucible is placed in the induction coil, where the electromagnetic induction melts the metal. Once molten the metal is injected into the cavity of the flask using centrifugal force.

Jewelers often use induction centrifugal casting because it allows them to create intricate shapes that are difficult to create using other methods.

Ultraflex line of centrifugal casting machines is perfect for professional jewelers, goldsmiths, and small manufacturing companies. The machines are used for various casting needs, including jewelry, prototypes, and investment casting. The machines are easy to operate, and their versatility makes them ideal for casting a wide variety of materials.

EasyCast Centrifugal Casting Machine


  • Power: 3 kW

  • Melting Temperature: 2000°C
SuperCast D - induction dental casting machine


  • Power: 4-5 kW

  • Melting Temperature: 2000°C

CS Digital Centrifugal Casting Machine


  • Power: 7.5-10 kW
  • Melting Temperature: 2000°C

Permanent Mold Casting Machines

Centrifugal induction casting produces parts from various metals, including precious, ferrous, and non-ferrous metals. The casting process can be carried out in a vacuum or in a protective atmosphere to prevent the oxidation of the molten metal. The mold is placed on a rotating fixture in the casting chamber. Material is placed in a crucible and is melted inductively. Spinning the fixture in the chamber creates a centrifugal force which injects the molten metal into the mold and forms the desired shape.

Permanent mold casting is used for casting medical implants or casting samples for material analysis.

SuperCast D - induction dental casting machine


  • Power: 4.4-5.4 kW

  • Melting Temperature: 2000°C