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Plastic Material

  • ABS
  • POM
  • HDPE
  • LDPE
  • Nylon
  • PMMA
  • Polycarbonate
  • Polypropylene
  • PTFE

Metal Material

  • Aluminum
  • Brass
  • Copper
  • Stainless Steel
  • Steel Alloy
  • Steel Mild Low Carbon

Finish Description
Anodizing Corrosion-resistant ceramic additions are added to the surface of machined parts, which can be dyed in different colors, most commonly clear, black, red and gold.
Sandblasting Sandblasting is the process of adding a uniform matte or satin surface finish to machined parts, removing tool marks, primarily for visual purposes
Powder Coating This is a process in which powder coatings are sprayed onto parts and then baked in an oven to create a strong, abrasion- and corrosion-resistant surface, and is available in a wide range of colors.
Electroplating A process that utilizes an electric current to reduce dissolved metal cations so that they form a thin metallic layer on the motor. Helps to place corrosion and improve wear resistance, electrical conductivity, reflectivity and aesthetics
Brushing Brush coating can be used for a variety of purposes on plastic parts, such as cleaning, edge blending and deburring. It is the best way to protect the surface from damage and scratches.
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Understanding Injection Pressure in Injection Molding

Injection pressure in injection molding is a pivotal factor in the process, impacting everything from part quality to production efficiency. Understanding and controlling injection molding pressure is essential for optimizing the injection molding process, reducing defects, and producing high-quality parts efficiently. In this post, we will explore what injection pressure ...
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FAQs of CNC Machining

How long does CNC machining take?

Generally, for 1-10 pieces, delivery takes around 3-5 days, and for 10-500 pieces, it takes 7-20 days.

CNC is a process with high precision, in general the accuracy of CNC machining is between 0.01mm to 0.03mm

There are several tips to make CNC parts cheaper, following are some the examples:

  • Rounded internal corners
  • Limit the use of tight tolerances for cheap CNC machining
  • Use less expensive material in CNC milling machined parts
  • Avoid multiple finishes
  • Order larger quantities
  • Avoid deep pockets
  • Limit the length of threads

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