Our Experience Will Make Your Experience Outstanding

Continuing to redefine how quickly we can deliver iron castings.

How to navigate the minefield of transfer tooling

If you don’t have the right foundry partner, transferring tooling can be like trying to cross a minefield while blindfolded. Your odds of success are likely to be very low. But an experienced foundry can help you get through the process smoothly, so you can be back in production with a minimum of hassle.

What We Do

Rapid Phototype computer model

Rapid Prototype Castings

Our proven, structured processes routinely meet tight deadlines because our quick-response team eliminates the "white space" between each step in the prototype production process.

Production Casting

Production Castings

We are a high-mix, low-to-medium volume production foundry. We produce castings ranging from ounces up to 2,500 pounds in lot sizes of one to thousands.

Transfer Existing Tool

Transfer Existing Tooling

With our in-house pattern makers and equipment, State Line Foundries can quickly and economically adapt your existing pattern equipment.

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Providing customers quality precision castings
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Producing wide variety of iron castings weighing up to 2500 lbs
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We melt over 500,000 lbs of recycled metals each month

Why State Line Foundries

Single Source Capabilities

We can provide a finished part ready for production assembly. To simplify sourcing, minimize quality issues, and shorten the time from order to receipt of machined castings, choose State Line Foundries as your Tier 1 supplier.

Process controls assure quality

  • State-of-the-art lab analysis
  • Certified quality documentation
  • Consistent monitoring
  • Verification that engineering and design specifications are met.  

Exceptional Customer Service

Our customer service team is experienced, knowledgeable and excited to help.

Here's What Our Customers Are Saying...

“It’s like State Line Foundries says, bring us your problems and we’ll solve them.”

Tony S.

Power Generation Customer

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