Traditional and 3D Printed Sand Cores and Molds
Serving The Foundry Industry For Over 50 Years
TRADITIONAL AND 3D PRINTED SAND CORES AND MOLDS
Humtown Products is a family-owned company dedicated to serving the foundry industry with the highest-quality products possible. First established as a Pattern Shop in 1959, Humtown earned a reputation for superb craftsmanship and attention to detail. That reputation grew right along with the company as it began serving the core-making needs of foundries throughout the Midwest. Humtown Products contributes to the manufacturing of parts and equipment used in a diverse array of industries including: Agriculture, Construction, Manufacturing, Mining, National Defense, Public Utilities and Transportation.
We’re here to be your solution provider through building relationships and offering unparalleled quality products and services. We don’t just sell a product, we’re with you every step of the way to make sure the product you ordered is delivered on time and produces a quality casting you’re proud to deliver to your customer. Our service doesn’t stop once the cores or molds are delivered; it continues throughout the casting process. At Humtown Products, you’re not just a number; you’re a valued client.
WHY CHOOSE HUMTOWN PRODUCTS?
- Family owned business for over 50 years
- ISO 9001 Certified
- Open 6 days a week
- Return packaging credit
- Made in the USA
- Real time documentation process
- Advanced industry technology
- On-site pattern shop for immediate rigging & tooling needs
- Solution Providers available to assist clients
Traditional Sand Cores and Molds
Humtown Products manufactures traditional cold box and air set sand cores and molds. From simple production jobs to highly complex cores, emergency resourcing to long term production jobs, Humtown is always ready to respond with high-quality sand cores and molds.
Value Added Services
High Accuracy Scanning & Inspection
We can capture data from almost any object’s surface using our Romer Arm with Integrated Scanner. It does not need warm-up time, additional cables or controllers; scanner and probe measurements are combined in the same software session.
By using our dedicated fleet of air-ride equipped trailers and providing customized packaging, we can deliver quality sand cores and molds on time, every time.
Is your business lower than your capacity? Are you losing out on proposals because your price is too high? Are your profits lower because your core-making is inefficient? We can help! We’ll show you how to lower casting quotes by lowering core costs—and how to make a profit on special & difficult jobs you’ve turned down in the past!
We can reproduce any product following a detailed examination of its construction & composition. We have the ability for reverse engineering using our Romer Arm with Integrated Scanner.
You can count on Humtown to be there to supply the cores and molds needed to keep your casting line running on schedule. Don’t let a core room problem in your facility delay your delivery schedule, call Humtown to supply the cores and molds needed to keep your line running and castings delivered on time.
We use SolidWorks 3D CAD software as our foundation of tooling design to quickly and proficiently deliver designs in as little as two weeks.
Humtown Products News & Events
Humtown Products was honored to exhibit at the 121st Metalcasting Congress held in Milwaukee, WI April 25-27, 2017. It was a great couple days connecting with clients and fellow exhibitors.
Winners of the drawing were:
– $100.00 Visa Gift Card – Jeff Springer from Winona Pattern & Mold
– Custom made Chess Board with 3D Printed chess pieces – Jon Shambeau from Wisconsin Aluminum Foundry
Thank you to all who stopped by to say hello!
L to R: Jason Walker, Matt Osiniak, Matt Manna, Mackenzie Scrocco, Eric Haake, Alex Fitzgerald and Kayla Theisler
CHOOSE OHIO FIRST POSTER CONFERENCE HELD AT CLEVELAND STATE
UNIVERSITY ON 4/23
Humtown Products is pleased to help with Youngstown State University student projects!
“I just want to thank you again for printing the molds for our Choose Ohio First Scholarship students a few months ago. It was a really great project; we and the students learned a lot and we look forward to continued progress. The students (six undergraduates) made a poster based on their project and presented at a student conference in Cleveland last weekend where they won an award for Best Poster!”
Jason Walker Ph.D.
Additive Manufacturing Research Scientist
Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering
Youngstown State University