Temperform takes pride in the true craftsmanship of our Pattern Shop. Quality tooling is the essential starting point to obtaining quality castings. The patterns produced by Temperform follow strict manufacturing guidelines to ensure the highest quality castings will result from their use. Can we use existing tooling? Often, customers request that we use their existing patterns. These patterns may have been manufactured by other shops and may have seen quite a bit of use. Temperform requires an
Since joining The Lawton Standard family of companies, Temperform has recommitted to LEAN. Here’s an article by our sister company, The C.A. Lawton Co. that shares how LEAN can work in a foundry setting. You’ll find a little history on our sisterhood, too. Author: R.J. Hawkins, Engineer Manager at the C.A. Lawton Co. The stepfamily Often kids are raised by a single parent. To the best of their abilities, the parent does all he or
How well do you know Temperform? Please allow us to introduce or reintroduce ourselves. Founded in 1970, Temperform is one of the nation’s leading specialty manufacturers of heat, corrosion, abrasion-resistant castings, and machined components. High-quality, award-winning, high-touch service is our hallmark. Temperform has rapidly developed a reputation for exceeding customer expectations, as well as, excelling with customization, vertical integration, and industry innovation. Temperform’s Mission Temperform exists to serve and satisfy the needs of its customers.
Have you ever wondered what Temperform can do for you? Be sure to check out our new capabilities document. Download our Capabilities document (PDF) Our production capabilities include Research & Development, job quantities, and production quantities with internal specialties in design, CAD, solidification software, and a full-service engineering and integrated pattern shop. We’ve tailored our processes to serve you. We use a wide variety of alloys Heat Resistant Corrosion Resistant Abrasion Resistant Nickel Base Alloys
Kaizen is a Japanese expression meaning “change for better” or continuous improvement – whatever you are doing, you can do it better. At Temperform, we strive for continuous improvement every day. Breaking apart and putting together The first part of the word, kai, means “to break apart,” and zen means “to put back together better.” This is exactly what happens during a kaizen event—using cross-functional teams, and lean thinking ensures success and sustainable change. During