For over 60 years, Fisher Cast Steel has been a reliable source for stainless and carbon steel casting projects. Our engineering, quality and customer care are first class. At Fisher Cast Steel, tight process controls are used in patterns, mold media, metallurgy, heat treatment and non-destructive testing to provide the highest quality castings.

In addition to our West Jefferson, Ohio Stainless and Steel foundry, we offer a range of design and value-added services.

Materials & Alloys Cast

Fisher Cast Steel produces stainless steel and carbon steel castings up to 8,500 lbs in weight. A wide range of materials can be cast to meet the required application including austenitic, martensitic, duplex, hastelloy/nickel-based, cobalt/stellite and low alloy carbon steel.

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Quality & Certifications

Fisher Cast Steel has a quality program committed to continuous improvement. Both the sand and investment foundry are ISO 9001:2015 certified and PED certified.

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Engineering & Technologies

Fisher Cast Steel’s engineering department utilizes MAGMASOFT casting simulation, Solidworks CAD and Faro scanning equipment.

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Size Capabilities

Fisher Cast Steel utilizes state of the art coreless induction melting furnaces capable of melting 50 to 11,500 lbs. of stainless and carbon steel at one time. Rough casting weights range from 1–8,500 lbs. with a wide range of heat treatment and water quench capabilities on-site to meet customer specifications.

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Toolmaking & Patterns

Fisher Cast Steel is equipped with an in-house pattern shop as well as highly experienced, qualified outside pattern shops. We will help identify the most suitable pattern option for your project no matter the size or complexity. Fisher has experience with aluminum, wood, urethane, foam, 3-D printed molds and cores.

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Prototype/Short Run Castings

Fisher Cast Steel has produced prototype and short run stainless and carbon castings for decades. We can help determine tooling most appropriate to minimize cost and lead time. This may include CNC produced tooling made of Styrofoam or wood as well as 3-D printed cores and molds. 3-D models can be manipulated through the latest version of Solidworks CAD with Fisher’s experienced, in-house, engineering personnel.

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Fisher supplies rough and finished machined castings to its customers. Large and small turning and milling capabilities allow Fisher to finish a wide range of parts. Measurement equipment such as Faro Arm, CMM and measurement gauges ensure parts meet customer requirements.

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It has truly been a pleasure to work with Fisher Cast Steel on a wide variety of cast components. We have developed an excellent working relationship over our many years of doing business together. As a result of this relationship, we are able to provide high quality products, delivered on time, to meet our customer’s needs.

— Head of CAD Design, Power Generation Equipment Manufacturer