About us

Finite Solutions invented PC-based casting simulation back in 1985. We’ve been applying our experience to continuous improvement of metal casting software ever since. Unlike other developers who come from academic backgrounds, we have actual foundry experience and understand the day-to-day challenges of working in this industry. With more than 27 years of experience and enhancements, the Finite Solutions metal casting simulation software provides amazing accuracy for prediction of most foundry defects in the majority of casting processes. This means that we’ve concentrated on developing the features that make the Finite Solutions metal casting simulation software the practical choice for most foundries in the world. Due to this, and our commitment to excellence, Finite Solutions has become a global standard in casting software. Used in over 800 foundries and universities around the world, we have the largest customer base in the entire industry.

Our Software

The Finite Solutions metal casting simulation software is comprised of three distinct programs: SOLIDCast, FLOWCast and OPTICast. With our complete suite of software, users can take advantage of the latest in casting process design technology to improve quality, reduce lead times and lower costs. This means that your foundry will be more competitive and more profitable.


SOLIDCast simulates multiple metal pour types and mold processes using the latest in graphic technology from 3D modeling and X-ray images to AVI video files. Let Finite Solutions save you time and money by simulating castings in minutes.

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An add-on to the SOLIDCast software, FLOWCast modeling simulates how molten metal will flow through gating systems and fill metal mold casting cavities. It’s just one of our many improvements to casting simulation software.

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OPTICast works in conjunction with SOLIDCast, targeting metal casting simulation conditions to optimize mold designs for the casting floor. Target specific elements like design variables, various simulation constraints, and function objectives.

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