Antal Foundry is a century-old family business located in Subotica. The foundry opened its gates in 1930 and has been operated by the third generation since then. In the 1960s, Antal Mihály, the founder’s son, took over the business and introduced steel casting and the lost-wax method for casting sculptures. Currently, Mihály Antal, the grandson of the founder, is running the company. During its operation, the factory has experienced numerous technological and methodological changes. Now, besides traditional casting, they have an in-house CNC-based pattern making workshop and can offer complete machining of the part, delivering a ready-to-use product to the customer. They work with materials such as iron, brass, bronze, and copper, and combine almost a century of knowledge in their trade. Their experience ranges from industrial machine parts to artistic pieces like sculptures for public places, galleries, or private owners.