• Stainless steel investment casting

    Stainless steel investment casting

    Stainless steel is a ferrous alloy containing chromium, which provides a protective layer against staining and corrosion. It is highly corrosion resistant and wear resistant, provides excellent mechanical ability and well known for its aesthetic appearance. It performs well in liquid environments and provides heat resistance at high temperatures. There are numerous types of stainless steel and each contains a different chemical composition. The composition affects mechanical properties and determines whether the material can be further strengthened through heat treatment. 

  • Iron casting

    Iron casting

    Iron casting normally produced through sand casting process. Sand casting as a technology has been selected as a preferred method to produce shaped parts that weigh from less than a pound to very large parts. The process is versatile and cost effective, even for low volume runs because of tooling cost. Nearly any part configuration that can be made using another casting process can be reduced to a pattern and created as a sand casting. Cast iron is a ferrous alloy of iron, carbon and silicon. With carbon content of 2.1 to 4.5 % and silicon at about 2.2% and small amount of Sulphur, Manganese and Phosphorous.

  • CNC machining parts

    CNC machining parts

    CNC machining is a digital manufacturing technology which pre-programmed computer software dictates the movement of factory tools and machinery: it produces high-accuracy parts with excellent physical properties directly from a CAD file. The process can be used to control a range of complex machinery, from grinders and lathes to mills and routers. With CNC machining, three-dimensional cutting tasks can be accomplished in a single set of prompts. Due to the high level of automation, CNC is price-competitive for both one-off custom parts and medium-volume productions.

  • Forging parts

    Forging parts

    The forging process can create parts that are stronger than those manufactured by any other metalworking process. This is why forgings are almost always used where reliability and human safety are critical. But forging parts can rarely be seen because normally the parts are assembled inside of machinery or equipment, like ships, oil drilling facilities, engines, automobiles, tractors, etc.

    The most common metals that can be forged include: carbon, alloy and stainless steels; very hard tool steels; aluminum; titanium; brass and copper; and high-temperature alloys which contain cobalt, nickel or molybdenum. Each metal has distinct strength or weight characteristics that best apply to specific parts as determined by the customer.

  • Steel casting

    Steel casting

    Steel casting is one of the casting alloys and consists of mainly iron and Carbon. The steel casting is preferred to be adopted when the iron casting can not meet the requirement of the function, especially in terms of strength. Steel castings can be categorized into general structure steel casting, welding structural steel casting, stainless and high temperature steel casting according to usage. And chemically, steel castings can be called carbon steel and alloy steel. Furthermore, if based on its characteristics, the steel castings can be listed as tool steel, special steel, engineering & structure steel and alloy steel.

  • Aluminum casting

    Aluminum casting

    For aluminum parts, they can be shaped through sand casting, permanent mold casting and die casting process.

    Aluminum casting with its small density, the corrosion resistance and a number of excellent features, are more widely used in aerospace, vehicle, machinery and other industries. Especially in the automotive industry, in order to reduce fuel consumption to improve energy utilization, more and more parts of automobile are being adapted into aluminum materials.

  • Aluminum extrusion

    Aluminum extrusion

    Aluminum extrusion is a technique used to transform aluminum alloy into objects with a definitive cross-sectional profile for a wide range of uses. The extrusion process makes the most of aluminum’s unique combination of physical characteristics. Its malleability allows it to be easily machined and cast, and yet aluminum is one third the density and stiffness of steel so the resulting products offer strength and stability, particularly when alloyed with other metals.

  • Metal fabrication / Metal stamping, welding, assembling

    Metal fabrication / Metal stamping, welding, assembling

    Metal fabrication is the creation of metal structures by cutting, bending and assembling     processes. It is a value-added process involving the creation of machines, parts, and structures from  various raw materials. The popularly applied material in metal fabrication are SPCC, SECC, SGCC, SUS301 and SUS304. And the fabrication production methods include shearing, cutting, punching, stamping, bending, welding and surface treatment, etc.

  • Copper casting

    Copper casting

    Bronze casting are a kind of copper alloy material which are widely used in the machinery manufacturing industry, ship building, automotive and construction industries. The most popular sorts of bronze castings can be classified as Cu-Sn, Cu-Al, Cu-Pb, Cu-Mn castings. Below are the common grades

  • Surface coating

    Surface coating

    The surface coating process includes powder coating, Electro-plating, Anodizing, hot galvanizing, electro nickel plating, painting, and so on according to customer requirements. The function for the surface treatment is  in an effort to prevent corrosion or simply improve appearance. In addition, some of these treatments also provide enhanced mechanical or electrical properties that contribute to the overall functionality of the component.