Vacuum Casting Services

Vacuum casting is an effective manufacturing technique offering high precision and accuracy. It’s a cost-effective technology for prototypes, production, and specialized parts.

How Vacuum Casting Works

A 3D-printed master model is placed into a container and covered with liquid silicone rubber. Then, it’s put into a vacuum chamber, creating a detailed mold.

Liquid material is poured into the mold cavity. The mold is then placed under vacuum to remove any air bubbles, and the material is left to harden.

Finally, the mold is opened, and the replica of the mold is removed. This process can be repeated about 30 times per mold, quickly and easily creating parts.

Vacuum Casting Use Cases

Vacuum casting is typically used for small-batch production, as it’s cost-effective and fast. Vacuum casting is often used as an alternative to injection molding when production numbers are low.

Furthermore, the smooth finish and wide range of colors make vacuum casting especially convenient for high-quality end-use parts.

Vacuum Casting by the Numbers

Max Build Size
Up to 500 mm

Lead Times

Starting at 9 days
Minimum Wall Thickness
0.5 mm (material/geometry dependent)
Standard Color
Any, as color can be mixed in the resin before production
Dimensional Accuracy
As accurate as +/- 0.1%

Source Industrial-Grade Vacuum Casted Parts

MakerVerse gives you the flexibility to source parts however you need. Get instant quotes and quickly order parts with on-demand manufacturing. Our team of experts will work with you for large or complex orders to develop, align, and supervise a manufacturing quality plan from start to finish.

On-Demand Manufacturing

  • Instant quoting and DFM checks
  • Short lead times
  • Fast and intuitive order placement

Production Orders

  • Expert support from end-to-end
  • Comprehensive manufacturing and quality plan
  • Guaranteed quality meeting advanced specifications

Popular Vacuum Casting Materials

Vacuum casting offers a wide range of resins designed to be equivalents to the thermoplastic materials used in other manufacturing technologies. Some of the most popular options include:

Looking for any specific materials?

We are constantly expanding and you can request specific materials going beyond our current standardized offering. Simply select “Other Material” in the order process and provide us your desired specifications in the comment section. You can reach out to us with your specific material requests at any time under

Vacuum Casting Resources

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