Licensing RapidProtoCasting Technology

Licensing investment casting technology from RapidProtoCasting, Vancouver, WA provides the:
• Potential for reducing costs of new and existing products in existing markets.
• Potential for accessing new markets for titanium castings and other aerospace and medical superalloy castings.
• Potential to introduce new investment and casting technologies including alternatives to GE-developed technology currently in use at Precision Castparts and Hitchiner’s CLV process.
• Potential to increase the throughput of existing licensee plants.
• Potential to reduce existing licensee plant emissions, hazardous chemical exposure and high-cost refractory solid waste.
• Capability of designing and managing R&D programs with engine and airframe OEMs to improve long-term market access.