Foundries recommended by list members.
|J. W. Casting Co.
8790 Co. Rd. 20 SW
Sebeka, MN. 56477
|The owner is Jay Walz, a real nice guy to talk to. I've had bearing caps done and also a
hot tube chimney for an old engine of mine. I was real satisfied with the work he does. He does Aluminum, Brass, Bronze and cast iron.
|Cumberland Foundry Co
310 W Wrentham Rd
Cumberland, RI 02864-1005
|Ray Olson, (The Hobby Shop)
14260 Pheasant Drive, NW,
Brandon, MN 56315.
|From Glenn Karch: Put the Hobby Shop
on your foundry list. I have dealt
with him on two occasions and have
been well satisfied.
167 West Cattail Road
Gordonville, PA 17529
|Will do loose castings for old gas or
steam equipment Has some things on hand
Valley Springs Ca.
209 754 0601 at 3374 Toyon
box 101 Valley Springs, Ca.
|They just cast a main cap for a Cavanaugh
Darley. It came out real well and reasonable
besides. They don't use scrap iron to start
with, make it from scratch so the finish casting
machines nicely. Cya Jimmy O'Hagan
|Can Do Metals
St. Ann, IL.
|He has access to a pretty good pattern maker;
He has a cupola furnace and casts on Thurs. evenings.
Good guy to talk to and he does that for nothing so a
phone call would net you more info.- George Armstrong
If you know of a good foundry to recommend, please contact Ken Christison