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General News

Pump Castings Using 3-D Printing

The March issue of "Pumps & Systems" a monthly magazine who deliver relevant industry news coverage and powerful technical information to 42,500 BPA-qualified managers, engineers, operators and maintenance professionals around the world has an article by HPI's Steve Murray. Steve talks about how 3-D printing can positively impact pump castings and eliminate the need for core boxes: "By producing a core that does not require a core box, the design and efficiency rule and are not constrained by manufacturability of the foundry tooling. This is not an all-or-nothing technology. It must be used with existing processes or as a standalone. Pump manufacturers and end users should incorporate it when and where it makes sense."  Steve discusses in depth the impact that 3-D printing can have on Pump Component Molds. Also, there are some great photos of sand core impellers. Check it outhttp://www.pump-zone.com/pumps/march-2014-pump-castings-using-3-d-printing

Cannon Goes Light with Steel Alloy

It was good to see our customer and collaborator H.A. Burrow Pattern Works Inc., of Silesia, Montana in the February 2014 issue of Modern Casting Magazine.

Gary Burrow, the owner of H.A. Burrow Pattern Works, is a progressive in the use of technology to get the job done.  Whether it is SLA or 3-D Print technology Gary uses the best technology that makes economic sense to get quality results and on time delivery.

Gary's a great partner to work with.  Be sure to check out his article here Cannon Goes Light With Alloy Steel and get in touch with Gary or myself and find out how additive manufacturing can help with your troublesome project.

We thrive on the challenge to make the best use of technology to make castings.

Save 15% On Your Sand Printing Order During HPI’s Blazing Hot WINTER SALE

HPI recently purchased the ExOne™S-Max™ 3D sand printer and this has greatly expanded our capabilities to provide our clients with complex printed sand cores and molds. Traditional tooling is no long needed to make your prototype castings. Some, if not all, assembly of core packages can also be eliminated when using our 3D printer. Send us your 3D CAD files for a quote to see what Additive Manufacturing can do to add to your bottom line.

We are confident that you will want to experience firsthand what the S-Max™ 3D sand printer can do for you and your customers. We encourage you to take advantage of our WINTER SALE of 15% off all 3D printing. Print just a core package and use in an existing mold/pattern configuration, or print a mold-core package with a gating design buiilt-in. Any combination, any printing is 15% off. No easier or cheaper way to try as a first time customer or as a returning client to get more for your money.

Call 260-724-9430 and ask for Keith Gerber or Dave Rittmeyer and they will get you a fast quote. Or call Steve Murray at 574-210-5934 to talk about the technology and how to apply Additive technology to your situation.

Hoosier Pattern Inc. featured in MetalCasting Design Magazine

MetalCasting Design Magazine

HPI was featured in the December issue of MetalCasting Design & Purchasing, a highly regarded trade magazine. Steve Murray, HPI consultant, is highlighted as is HPI's use of  3-D printing to create sand cores and patterns. The article begins on page 36http://content.yudu.com/A2k0f9/MCDPNovDec2013/resources/index.htm. Also, check out the HPI ad for our ExOne S-Max ™ 3-D Sand Printer on page 20 http://content.yudu.com/A2k0f9/MCDPNovDec2013/resources/index.htm

Hoosier Pattern Inc. and Bellmont High School project.

Hoosier Pattern's commitment to the Decatur/North Adams  community is an on-going endeavor and we recently worked with staff and students of Bellmont High School's Manufacturing Program.HPI created 3-D sand molds which the students then poured aluminum casts of. They made of a video of the process which you can see here.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rrCHuvrqRdkH

Many thanks to Catherine Sondgerath and her students at Bellmont High School.

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