We provide vacuum cast parts also called urethanes casting process. This process is a great way to get a small batch of parts that are indistinguishable from injection molded parts. They can be self coloured and textured in the mold, just like real injection molded parts, but at a fraction of the cost. A range of materials are available, the most popular choice is simulated ABS. These parts can be over-molded with rubber effects. It is possible to mold in thread inserts or other inserts if required. This process is well suited to small batches, in most cases up to and around 100 parts. Accuracy and appearance of parts produced using this process is very good.
Vacuum cast parts are practically indistinguishable from injection molded parts. This process is the best option for batches of complex parts that have not yet been approved for production. Many millions of dollars have gone up in smoke because prototypes were not made first. Vacuum cast parts that are copies of a 3D printed parts which in turn are accurate representations of Robertson 3D CAD data, and are a sure fire way to make sure you have got it right before you sign the big tooling contracts. There are a wide range of materials available with different properties, if you would like to know more, please get in touch with us and see what peace of mind costs.
We offer a wide range of surface treatment services, including: high polishing and painting on 3D printed parts and vacuum cast parts. We can also vacuum cast material with different colours without applying paint with the aid of the pantone colour code.
The Brisbane suburb of Robertson is 12km South of the CBD and borders on to Coopers Plains and Sunnybank.
Robertson has experienced sustained growth over the last five years and given the upgrading of the Southeast Freeway and the new bus way to the City, the area is assured continued growth and popularity into the future.
Most of the housing in the suburb is 25 years old high and low set brick. Built in the 70s, these homes are now frequently being renovated using the popular rendering method. There are a number of more modern homes in this suburb dating back 10 or more years.
The area is developing infrastructure as the community base increases. Most of the educational, retail and commercial facilities are located in neighbouring suburbs, especially Sunnybank, however the large and popular Garden City Shoppingtown is located in nearby Macgregor and attracts shoppers from far and wide.
Local educational facilities include the Robertson Primary School and the suburb is next door to Griffith University Nathan Campus and the QEII Hospital.
There are a few blocks of land available in Robertson for residential development.
Robertson is a village in the Southern Highlands district of New South Wales, Australia, in Wingecarribee Shire. It is located on the edge of an elevated plateau (the Illawarra escarpment) about 10 km from the coast. Robertson is known for its high annual rainfall and fertile soil. It was previously covered by an extensive temperate rainforest, most of which has been cleared for farming though remnants still exist today. The town was once a booming cheese industry, that made their own cheese. These days, an old cheese factory exists in the town, but now converted into a row of shops. Robertson is known for potato growing and is the home of the Big Potato.
Robertson is where the movie Babe was made.
Robertson is named after former Premier of New South Wales, Sir John Robertson, whose 1861 Land Act cleared the way for the establishment of the town. Before then it was called Yarrawa Bush.
In September/October, Robertson has their own spring festival, having opened to the public, the open picturesque gardens.
Population: 1023 (Census 2001)