There are several casters that will attempt to cast this material.
However don't expect great results from anyone, as the material
itself leaves behind residuals in the investment mold. It can be done
and has been done but is anything but reliable, and not guaranteed.
3D systems screams that it cast wonderful, but that is simply not the
If you require that your prototypes be cast originally with no
molding process done, find someone with a Sanders type system that is
wax based. This material has no casting problems but is a little bit
more expensive due to the time involved in producing parts. I find
that growing a Sanders model once is far superior then growing
Invision models 3 to 4 times.