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DESIGN CONCEPT THROUGH COMPLETED PARTS

OnFlow will work with you to establish product goals and milestones from budgeting to design concepts and production. We look at a wide range of options to ensure ideal performance and value.

WORKFLOW MANAGEMENT  OnFlow will manage all manufacturing logistics.  Additional processing may include machining, coating, and/or assembly.  We provide initial product samples to ensure satisfaction before moving to formal production.  We arrange delivery to your specified location. Inventory management and warehousing services are also available.

AFFORDABLE CUSTOM STAINLESS STEEL CASTINGS  OnFlow specializes in bringing custom stainless steel castings to the North American market.  Precision stainless parts are available in sizes ranging from 1/4 inch to 24 inches.  Materials include: 300 series stainless steel (304, 304L, 316 and 316L). Any cupro-nickel and other nickel base alloys are available.  Secondary processes include: Drill and tap, machined surfaces, precision reamed holes and powder coating.

PERFECT SOLUTION FOR THOSE WANTING TO RE-IMAGINE EXISTING PARTS IN STAINLESS STEEL

INDUSTRIES SERVED  Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC), Pump and Valve industries, building hardware and Industrial equipment.

MADE USING SAND CASTING METHODS  Advantages in using sand castings over injection molded parts are:  Tooling costs and lead times are extremely low. Strength and rigidity are superior to injection molded parts. Porosity is greatly reduced. Post cast machining can produce high accuracy tolerances.  Sand casting is a process that utilizes non-reusable sand molds to form metal castings. It is a common production method for metal components of all sizes. Sand casting isn’t only versatile in the size of its products, it can also create exceptionally complex or detailed parts and can be used to cast nearly any metal alloy.  Sand casting is one of the few available processes for metals with high melting temperatures such as steels, nickel, and titanium. Because of its flexibility, heat resistance, and relatively low cost, sand casting is the most widely used casting process.