MC-60 Indutherm Casting Machine

  • Brands Indutherm
  • Product Code: C1020119
  • Availability: In Stock
MC-60 Indutherm Casting Machine Common Process for Melting The MC 60 has been develo..

MC-60 Indutherm Casting Machine

Common Process for Melting

The MC 60 has been developed with the user in mind for whom the MC 15 is too small but a simple machine from the large VC series (e.g. the VC 400) is too big or requires too much manual operation. This small high-performance casting machine is ideal for smaller production quantities and can be used for jewellery alloys such as gold, silver, copper and bronze, as well as for alloys of brass and aluminium. Thanks to the vacuum and overpressure functions and the many automatic control features, the machine provides first class castings with little work – suitable for “beginners”.


production of smaller quantities of jewellery in gold, silver and other special jewellery alloys

 technically small series casting in aluminium, copper and other metals

user does not require technical experience of casting


The whole process of casting can be carried out simply, quickly and safely without any real prior technical knowledge of casting. In the investment machine the gipsum gets mixed under vacuum – correctly dosed and air bubble free. The flask with the wax model gets filled under vacuum, too. Vibration during filling eliminates air inclusions. The wax is melted off in the furnace and the mould is burnt out

For small series and single castings An important issue is the fast casting of master models or of semi-finished material in any desired shape: the MC 60 makes you autonomous from big casting departments. Thanks to the small size of the machine and its equipment, it is an excellent solution for studios and goldsmith workshops with limited space.


Very simple use, short training period, very good results even by operators with less experience in casting techniques

Excellent price-performance ratio

3,5 kW generator enables quick melting periods

Thorough mixing of metal by induction generator (low frequency tuning)

Melting under vacuum for reduced danger of oxidation

Excellent mould filling because of inert gas / over-pressure, max. 2 bars

 Low running costs because of inexpensive consumables and the use of flasks without flange