ZHONGSHANSHI ZHISHUN PATTERN DIE Co.,LTD
|Place of Origin:||China|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||Negotiation|
|Delivery Time:||3-10 working days after received your payment|
|Product Name:||Aluminum CNC Machining Service||Specification:||Customized|
|TYPE:||CNC Rapid Prototype||Brand:||ZHISHUN|
|Service:||OEM||Processing:||CNC Milling, CNC Machining|
OEM CNC Aluminium Machining,
Sand Casting CNC Aluminium Machining,
OEM Galvanized Rapid CNC Machining
Custom Aluminum CNC Rapid Prototype Stainless Steel / Metal Fabrication Sevice
Advantage of Rapid Prototyping :
1. Increase effective communication.
2. Decrease development time.
3. Decrease costly mistakes.
4. Minimize engineering changes.
5. Extend product lifetime by adding necessary features and eliminating redundant features early in the design.
|Product Type||CNC Rapid Prototype|
|Material||Aluminum,Stainless Steel and other Metal|
|Tolerance||as per customers' requirement.|
|Product Dimension||as customers' requirement.|
|Product Shape||Various shapes are available|
|Processing Type||CNC Machining, CNC Milling|
|Materials available||CNC machining,welding,sand casting,forging etc.|
|Surface Treatment available||Anodize,Nickel Plating,Galvanize, Polish etc.|
|Design||We use the most advanced mould design software Auto CAD, Pro/E, (IGS, STP, X-T)|
|Applications||Toy,Automotive, instrument, electrical equipment, household appliances, furniture, mechanical equipment, daily living equipment, electronic sports equipment, light industry products, sanitation machinery, market/ hotel equipment supplies, artware etc.|
|Packaging||Inner plastic bag, outer carton box, and we can also pack products according to your requirements.|
|Transportation||International express by DHL, UPS, FedEx etc.|
|SLA(3D PRINTING)||Rapid prototyping stereolithography manufacturing gives engineers, designers, and inventors dimensionally accurate plastic parts they can hold, test, and show in a matter of days, instead of the weeks or months it used to take with conventional manufacturing.
Stereolithography ( SLA or 3D layering or 3D printing) produces three-dimensional solid plastic objects directly from CAD data in a process that utilizes a ultra-violet laser and a large vat of photo-curable polymer liquid plastic. Working from a CAD file, stereolithography solidifies the polymer into precise patterns using a laser beam. Since they are created directly from 3D designs, SLA parts are extremely accurate, and are delivered with fast turnaround time without any compromise in accuracy or quality.
|SLS(3D PRINTING)||An additive rapid prototyping process, Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) builds 3-dimensional parts from CAD data from a range of powdered materials like polyamides, nylons, or metals. Then a laser beam selectively heats and fuses (sinters) two-dimensional cross-sections or layers as an additive process. SLS provides a fast and easy way to create parts early in the design cycle, but is also suitable for limited production runs.
The SLS process is fast and parts can be nested to maximize economy, delivering a service far superior to traditional rapid prototyping or pattern cutting processes.
The SLS process allows us to build parts in both engineering type resins as well as disposable foundry waxes. The ability to produce a variety of parts quickly and accurately has given our customers a dramatic advantage in new product cycle times and overall time-to-market.
The latest generation of Selective Laser Sintering machines has given 3D-CAM an additional capability for generating patterns and prototypes.
|Plastic Injection Molded Parts & Tooling
|All under one roof, our injection molding machinery can handle a wide variety of resins and colorants, producing high quality parts with incredibly quick turnaround.
Finishing types spacer
Tools are polished or textured depending on your end-use cosmetic needs. SPI defined mold textures are applied to provide external textures to meet your specific requirements.
The highly accurate texturing we can apply to mold surfaces greatly enhances the appearance of parts. Texturing is done using a photographic etching process that allows great flexibility in pattern and design. With our expert staff assisting, you can choose from thousands of existing patterns. You can also customize textures by adjusting existing pattern size and depth, and Misontech can also make custom patterns on request.
Mold Preparation for Texturingspacer
Mold surfaces are prepared to a 240-320 emery finish for most texture applications. For textures and fine patterns with less depth a 400-600 emery is used.
Texturing requires a series of draft angles to allow the mold to be removed cleanly without destroying the textured finish. We leave about 1.5° of draft for each .001” of pattern depth. Certain textures have minimum draft angles that work best but adjusting the depth of the pattern can reduce these if necessary.
|CNC Machining||Misontech’s Computerized Numerically Controlled (CNC) machining centers create parts and molds to your exact specifications direct from your CAD model. We can also work with IGES, STEP, Parasolid, Native CAD, and other similar files.
These multiple-tool mills can be used to machine both plastic and metal prototypes as well as aluminum or steel molds for plastic injection-molded parts.
Total turnaround time is 3 to 6 days for parts, and 3 to 6 weeks for molds depending on the project size and requirements. For creating small, difficult shapes in metal tools, we have Electric Discharge Machines (EDMs) that utilize an extremely accurate electrode to burn away metal from the base to create cavities.
CNC machining is also used to produce steel or aluminum insert tooling for MUD frame systems.
|Investment Casting||Investment casting (also called Lost Wax Casting), is one of the oldest metal-forming techniques. The castings allow the production of components with accuracy, repeatability, versatility and integrity in a variety of metals and high-performance alloys. The process uses a wax pattern invested in a ceramic shell made with multiple dips in a ceramic slurry. When the shell dries, it is baked causing the wax to melt away. Then metal is poured into the empty shell. When the metal is solidified and cooled, the shell is broken away.|
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