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Oesterle GmbH

Mühllach 47, 90552 Röthenbach
Telephone +49 911 540541-0
Fax +49 9123 988550

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NEWCAST 2019 hall map (Hall 14): stand B11

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NEWCAST 2019 fairground map: Hall 14

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Ferrous castings - Iron, steel and malleable foundries
  • 01.02  Production processes
  • 01.02.004  Investment casting

Investment casting

  • 02  Nonferrous metal castings - Aluminium, zinc, copper, magnesium, nickel and other nonferrous metal foundries
  • 02.02  Production processes
  • 02.02.003  Pressure die casting
  •  Conventional pressure die casting

Conventional pressure die casting

  • 04  Sinters
  • 04.01  Moduled parts from sintered metal

Moduled parts from sintered metal

Our products

Product category: Investment casting


  • Size: 68 x 85 mm
  • Weight: 170 g
  • Material: 1.4301

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Product category: Moduled parts from sintered metal

Sintered parts

Size: 26 x 26mm

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Product category: Conventional pressure die casting

Die-casting – thin parts big in business

In die-casting, liquid metal is shot into a permanent mold by means of a piston. Pressures can be very high, which permits the production of very thin-walled and complex components without any quality losses. The mold or die is filled within fractions of a second even when large parts are manufactured, resulting in short cycle times. As the complex dies (two-part permanent molds) are often made of tool steel, the process is suitable only for metals exhibiting a low melting point – such as aluminum, magnesium, zinc and their alloys.

Due to the high shot speeds of the process, air and gases can be entrapped, forming voids and pores. While these voids and pores are closed under high follow-up pressure, they can grow again if the castings are heated in any subsequent manufacturing step. For this reason, die-castings are normally not considered suitable for heat treatment and welding.

In sufficiently high-volume production runs, die-casting is the most economic of all casting methods.

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About us

Company portrait

Oesterle was founded as a limited company (GmbH) in 2004 by Hermann Oesterle, a graduate engineer (Dipl. Ing.), with the support of his wife, Brigitte Oesterle. Initially, operations focused on the fields of MIM and investment casting. Over the years, successful business relations were established and extended throughout Europe and Asia.