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Time-Honored Tradition
It’s unlikely that Jesse Bodine would recognize Bodine Aluminum today. The Bodine Pattern Shop that he founded in 1912 is a far cry from the company’s state-of-the-art foundry nestled in Troy, Missouri, today. A closer look, however, reveals that some things have not changed.

Bodine Aluminum still uses the time-proven casting techniques developed by its founding family. Today, those techniques are carefully blended with modern science, manufacturing know-how and automated robotics to produce high-quality engine parts for many of Toyota’s North American-built vehicles.

As a result of expansion in recent years, Bodine Aluminum employs more than 600 team members in Troy, working together to produce more than 100 million pounds of cast aluminum engine components each year. Our products range from cylinder heads and intake manifolds to engine blocks and brackets.

To make these parts, skilled team members develop individual cores using resin-coated sand. Once the molds are complete, melted aluminum is poured, drawn or forced into them to form a casting. Once cooled, the aluminum casting is sent to a finishing station to trim and smooth rough edges. All parts are subject to a final inspection before being packaged into recyclable containers and shipped to Toyota plants located in Kentucky, West Virginia and Alabama power train plants.


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