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Precision machining is a process of changing the dimensions or properties of a workpiece with a machine to shape large pieces of material into more precise parts, so that they can meet very exact specifications.
Polishing refers to the use of mechanical, chemical, or electrochemical action to reduce the surface roughness of the workpiece to obtain a bright and smooth surface. It includes the modification of the surface of a workpiece using polishing tools and abrasive particles or other polishing media.
Bolt is one of the basic hardware components in the engineering and construction industry. The production process of bolts has evolved into an advanced and high-tech multi-step process.
Plastic products can be seen everywhere in daily life, and different plastic products are made through different processing techniques. Plastics manufacturing is the process of making plastic into semi-products or products with practical value. Plastics manufacturing usually includes primary processing and secondary processing of plastics.
Metal fabricators looking to take on finishing should know about two of the most common finishing alternatives—liquid and powder coating—and the requirements involved for a company hoping to apply one or both.
The discipline of tooling design is fundamental to manufacturing. The cost of manufacturing and of the end product depends heavily upon tool design.
In the cutting of hardware components, a comprehensive analysis of factors is required, and through strict process flow, a suitable cutting process can be planned to manufacture hardware components of stable quality.
Discrete manufacturing is an industry term for the manufacturing of finished products that are distinct items capable of being easily counted, touched, or seen. Discrete manufacturing involves parts and systems like nuts and bolts, brackets, wires, assemblies, and individual products.
Flexible production refers to relying on highly flexible manufacturing equipment mainly based on computer numerical control machine tools to realize multi-variety and small-batch production methods. Committed to the goal of zero switching costs, and reduce this waste as much as possible; then the capacity can be adjusted to make it consistent with the market demand capacity.
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