The company in short
Bruinekool Group B.V. was founded in 1998 by Jacob Bruinekool and has gained a lot of experience over the years working in several different industries. Ten years after founding the company, Jacob Bruinekool founded a construction company that eventually kickstarted the casting side of the company. Bruinekool Group B.V. started doing castings of stainless steel, aluminum, plastic and other precious metals.
Don’t sweat the technique
Castings from these materials require a lot of skill, patience and know-how. Jacob Bruinekool uses a few techniques to get the perfect result the company strives for every day.
Sand casting is mainly used in the iron foundry where sand is used as cast. To produce cast work a 3D-print is required of the end-product. This print needs to made into a mold. The mold is then used to shape the molten metals and turn it into the end-product.
Lost wax castings
Los wax castings is a technique that is used to cast metal and glass objects. This method is also known as cire perdue (French). The goal of lost wax is that in a very narrow mold, which mainly consists of aluminum, wax is being sprayed in so a wax model is produced with an excellent sharp contour. Depending on the amount of end products that need to be produced the mold is filled manually or completely automatic. Once filled the wax model is removed from the mold using ejectors.
Die casting is a technique used for all kinds of plastics like ABS, PVC and acryl, but is also used for thermosets like MF and metals with a low melting point.
Coquille casting is a permanent casting type that consists of two parts. The shape is maintained, but the cast work itself is a lot less precise than other casting techniques. Coquille casting also takes longer to coagulate. This method is mainly used to cast simple aluminum products.
This is just a small overview of everything that we do. Want to know more? Feel free to contact
(End-product) Materials we work with:
- (hard) Plastic
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