VIPA expands its range of products and services by offering mechanical parts in steel and complex geometry alloys manufactured by means of the lost-wax casting.

It’s a fusion process for the production of parts with complex shapes, recesses, cavities, and undercuts that cannot be manufactured by means of other technological processes such as cold moulding, hot forging, forging or other forming techniques, except that by welding the several parts together. This makes low-wax casting an efficient and flexible process suitable for many industrial applications.


1) The first advantage offered by the lost-wax casting technique is to create complex geometries from a single monolithic micro-cast allowing the elimination of some subsequent processes (for example welding).
This process makes the surface of the parts much more homogeneous than other industrial production methods and the roughness is low (no sandblasting or micro-blasting needed).
The edges are more precise, rounded and homogeneous even compared to other casting techniques.
More “modern and complex” as well as more aesthetically “captivating and tapering” shapes can be given in the design phase, thus favouring the product design.
2) The second advantage offered by the lost-wax casting process is the fact that the achievable melting tolerances are rather narrow and repeatable, so that subsequent mechanical machining can be reduced or eliminated with consequent decrease of production costs.
3) Another purely economic advantage is given by the very low costs of the moulds. This allows the production of even small quantities since the cost of the equipment to be amortized is low.
4) The types of alloys that can be used are endless: from S235 steel, to C45, alloyed steels with chromium or molybdenum, stainless steels etc.


Automotive and motor industry in general
Mechanical industry for the manufacture of pumps, turbines, valves, etc.
Machine tool industry and operators in general
Automatic machinery industry and automation in general
Agricultural machinery and equipment industry
Electromechanical industry
Food machinery industry
Marine accessories industry
Precision mechanical components industry
Biomedical instruments and equipment industry
Aerospace industry


1) Any request must contain:
A) Technical drawing in 2D format (PDF or DWG) or 3D (STP, DXF, IGS, etc…) with a clear specification of the type of material, heat treatment and surface finishing
B) Quantity
C) Current method of production.

2) Approximate time for production
A) Samples production will take between 60 to 120 days from order.
B) Mass production after samples approval will take approximately 120 days from order confirmation.

3) Control over products

The quality management system of VIPA is focused on meeting customer requirements and enhancing their satisfaction through a meticulous control over the product by means of a state-of-the-art lab with 11 machines and qualified personnel.