Our FacilityResearch Casting International operates out of a 45,000 square foot, state of the art facility with a height clearance of 25 feet. The facility can accommodate dinosaur restoration and mounting commissions and other museum exhibit projects of any size and complexity. It is the largest facility of its kind in the world.
The facility is located in the town of Trenton, Ontario, Canada, situated two hours east of the city of Toronto and Pearson International Airport.
The facility houses a foundry to extend and apply the company’s molding and casting capabilities to bronze and aluminum. With a pour capacity of 900 lbs and in-house sculpting, molding, waxes, ceramic shell, sandblasting, chasing and patinating facilities, the company can offer world class bronze casting services.
To complement the foundry, the facility houses a metal shop equipped with machining, cutting, bending, rolling and welding equipment for custom metal fabrication, and a gas and coal forge for custom blacksmithing – presently applied to mounting fossil skeletons.
However, the blacksmith shop can produce ironwork to meet any design requirement. The Company has been commissioned to produce other metal custom exhibit fixtures such as architectural detailing, ornamental ironwork, fabricated sculptures, railings, metal frames and decking.