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(903) 872-6571
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
814 S. Main St.
Corsicana, TX 75110

Precision Pattern Making Solutions for
Custom Tooling & Complex Castings

Oil City Iron Works delivers a complete range of streamlined pattern making services, allowing us to optimize your custom castings for maximum quality and manufacturability. As an ISO 9001:2015 certified pattern shop, we are capable of producing all of your custom patterns with efficiency and consistency.

Full-Service Pattern Shop

Our 10,300 sq. ft. climate-controlled pattern shop is fully equipped to meet your custom requirements, close tolerances and unique product specifications.

We employ a team of full-time master pattern makers who bring decades of combined expertise to the table, capable of developing hardwood, metal or urethane tooling from your supplied drawings and/or solid models.

We can also adapt your existing tooling to fit our facility, make necessary repairs and maintain patterns for accuracy.

Backed by the
Highest Rated
Pattern Makers
and Craftsmen

Ample Warehouse
Space for All Your
Custom Tooling

We have 66,000 sq. ft. of dedicated warehouse space alarmed for security and fire protection to keep your custom tooling safe and sound. Our numerous warehouses are conveniently located adjacent to the foundry and retrofitted with custom fabricated racks that provide organization for quick and easy access.

Oil City Iron Works offers engineering expertise to take your custom molds and patterns from prototype to production. We utilize the manufacturing industry’s most advanced 2D and 3D engineering software to deliver complex design solutions according to your exact tolerances and specifications.

Outfitted with the Casting Industry’s Most Advanced Engineering & Design Tools

Milltronics MB20

Pattern Shop Milltronics MB20 - Kettle Bell 1
Pattern Shop Milltronics MB20 - Kettle Bell 2

Here at Oil City we use MasterCAM software. It gives our shop the best foundation for fast and efficient milling, from general purpose methods to highly specialized toolpaths.

SolidWorks CAD software is used daily. It’s used for pattern making, to revise 2D drawings or 3D models.

SolidWorks 3D models can be applied to other CAD software applications, such as 3D printing, MasterCAM and MAGMA.