Aluminum Alloys is thankful to AFS and Modern Casting magazine for a feature in their January 2023 issue, highlighting the current state of the business and recognition of positive changes over the past 2 years! You can view the article here: https://www.qgdigitalpublishing.com/publication/?m=55001&i=778043&p=1&ver=html5
December 2023 – Investment Continues
The year came to a close in appropriate fashion – several investment projects were completed in December including installing a new spectrograph, operator platform for our Sinto and bentonite hopper/auger which all aimed to improve safety and quality. It is a top priority at Aluminum Alloys to continue to invest in the future, ensuring we…
September 2022 – Shutdown to Upgrade
During Labor Day week, we conducted a planned foundry shutdown to allow maintenance to perform significant upgrades to our green sand delivery and removal system. Proper planning and execution allowed us to ensure safety, quality and efficiency remain top priorities at Aluminum Alloys while minimizing impacts to customer deliveries. This was the first of several…
June 2022 – Runaway Truck
On Monday, June 6th at approximately 2:50am, a runaway truck struck the side of our main office building causing significant damage. Fortunately, due to the time of day, no one was hurt and first responders were on the scene within minutes. A big heartfelt thank you to Western Berks Fire Department and Lower Heidelberg Police…
April 2022 – Cast Expo
An Aluminum Alloys casting, produced for HA International’s showcase on compression risers, was featured at the 2022 Cast Expo in Columbus, Ohio. This highlighted our capability to merge old-school know-how with leading industry technology and produce highly favorable results.
February 2022 – 3D Printed Molds
Aluminum Alloys has recently poured our first 3D-printed molds for customer prototypes with military application. This was an exciting experience for the team and was an invaluable education for even our most experienced molders. The process has opened the door for more cost-effective options when it comes to prototype testing and other time-sensitive requirements.