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the best
total cost solution
from unique manufacturing
to specific supply chain requirements.

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The project planning management team at W.E. LOTT recognizes the benefits of helping you formulate solutions from beginning to end.

We can be instrumental in every phase, from the selection of raw materials, to the recommendation of proper techniques to the completion of your part. We can also create a stocking program for your long-term needs so your parts will always be available.

Solutions From Beginning To End


Quality parts begin with good engineering and design. W.E. Lott uses the latest computer technology to help customers optimize their casting and forging designs. Our in-house engineering can create new Auto CAD drawings for new or existing parts as well as update drawings per customer requirements. To insure a quality product we also can incorporate directional solification modeling, CMM testing as well as the design and use of gauges and fixtures to insure quality production parts.

We have been very successful in converting fabricated parts from various materials to steel castings and forgings by utilizing some of the advantages inherent in the steel casting and forging process. Product design can be improved by taking advantage of cast steel's high strength to weight ratios, smaller draft angles, weldability and cored out sections to reduce weight and machining cost.

Our ability to meet our customers' needs has grown over the years. This growth has given us a versatile capability to provide our customers with quality parts ranging in size from a few ounces to tons, and in quantities from one-of-a-kind to a hundred thousand or more.


Processes include:

Centrifugal Casting, Die Casting, Investment Casting, Permanent Mold Casting, Sand Casting, V. Process (Vacuum), High and Low Pressure Die Casting, and Lost Foam

Cast and Forged Alloys Include:

Aluminum, Brass, Copper, Zinc, Bronze, Ductile Iron, Gray Iron, Malleable Iron, Manganese Steel, Steel, Stainless Steel, White Iron, Other Ferrous and Non-Ferrous Materials


Forgings are very popular in the railroad, automotive and heavy equipment industries. A forging's refined grain structure, machinability, closer tolerance and high strength make them an attractive alternative.

Steel forgings made by closed-die, upset, open-die or impression die are widely used in many industries because of their strength compared to steel castings.


W.E. Lott maintains a 75,000 square foot warehouse and holds millions of dollars in inventory. We can offer "just in time" delivery to meet all your production needs. W.E. Lott can also create an inventory program to satisfy your needs such as consignment inventory or holding safety stock. Our goal is to make sure you have your parts when you need them.