Sand printing is a fairly recent technique that has made its way into the foundry industry. On the basis of a 3D design, a sand mould is built up layer by layer. This is time consuming and requires an expensive 3D printer, but the casting can be produced this way without making a wooden pattern.
This has advantages for different types of castings:
Waterschoot Metals already has experience with this technique in several projects.
3D sand printing is useful for your project?