Patent pending

MD Cast

The carbon innovation you were waiting for

The benefits

The benefits of the MD Cast patent

  1. Castings made from MD Cast models

  2. Repetition speed

  3. Reduction of material waste

  4. Less chip production and consequent disposal

  5. Weight reduction of the mould/final equipment

  6. Greater material workability

  7. Reduction of production cycle times thanks to an improved thermal delta

MD Cast is a R&D XM Tech project

The project in a nutshell

The patent

We are pleased to announce the filing of the MD Cast patent.

After 14 months of research and development, our R&D Department deposited the MD Cast patent.

Main benefits

Disposable patterns that can handle all mould thicknesses.

Large aluminium moulds and masters, with less waste of material. The thermal Δ is similar to carbon moulds.


Less waste, no toxic resins, and a fully recyclable product.

A project that supports the environment.

Sectors of application

Sectors of application

MD Cast

Aluminum master

Before MD Cast aluminium master

Resin master

Large masters made from resin boards, with long gluing times and non-recyclable waste. Resin masters are suitable for small runs.

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Large aluminum masters

Blocks of up to and over 2 metres, with great waste of material (chips) and milling limited to unloading areas due to a non-constant thermal Δ during firing.

After MD Cast aluminium master

Fast disposable models with 100% recyclable materials

Study of thicknesses to ensure the homogeneity of the material. Calculation of castings thanks to over 20 years of foundry experience.

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Castings made with MD Cast patent

Study of thicknesses to ensure the homogeneity of the material. Calculation of castings thanks to over 20 years of foundry experience.

More performing and resistant aluminum master for lamination

They grant higher productivity than a resin master. MD Cast ensures a constant and controlled thermal Δ thanks to the designing of the thicknesses at an early stage, before the casting. This results in greater reliability, reduced production cycle times and energy savings.

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MD Cast

Autoclave molds

Before MD Cast autoclave molds

Use of resins and toxic components

During the manufacturing stages, toxic substances that require special attention and constitute special waste are used.

Need for a resin rough cast

Many hours of labour are needed to create drawing rough casts that are subsequently processed.

Long milling times

Many milling hours are needed to chip off and finish models which will then be used as a matrix for the very same carbon production moulds.

Production and disposal of special resin waste

The milling and finishing stages produce a lot of resin waste, which will become special waste.

After MD Cast autoclave molds

Reduction of mould creation times

The disposable model is created quickly and with recyclable materials.

Moulding with aluminium mould

Thanks to the special characteristics of MD Cast, it is possible to use the aluminium mould straight from production.

Speed and endurance in repetitions

MD Cast combines substrate strength with maximum performance, minimizing thermal delta and production inefficiencies.

Sustainable and recyclable

No toxic products and optimization of raw materials. Residual waste can be recycled and returned to the market. MD Cast is not just about times and costs.

Our method

Direct benefits throughout the lifecycle of the mould

MD Cast makes it possible to optimize times and manufacturing methods:


XM Tech’s experience ensures a mould/master studied in every detail.

Disposable model

A fast, time- and cost- saving model is enough.

Casting and finishing

The casting and finishing stages are faster and more optimized.

Ready to print

The mould/master is ready to be used in moulding/lamination.


During manufacturing, MD Cast’s performances and thermal delta are comparable to those of a carbon mould.

Durability and endurance

MD aluminium cast grants longer life and resistance to the production.

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