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Sintering refers to the transformation of powdery materials into dense bodies, which is a traditional process.
Powder injection molding (PIM), including metal injection molding (MIM) and ceramic injection molding (CIM), is a one-shot molding technology that combines high throughput and high precision. This technology has been widely used in many industries to produce various precision parts.
Metal Injection Molded (MIM) is a high-tech near-net-shape technology that combines traditional powder metallurgy and plastic injection molding processes.
In the process of metal processing, metal working fluid provides cooling and lubricating effects for various processing operations to ensure the accuracy and quality of the workpiece surface and prolong tool life.
Blanking is a punching piece used as a blank on the plate. Punching is punching round holes on the workpiece, and it can be performed simultaneously with blanking.
Welding refers to the joining or fusing of workpieces by heating and/or compression to form a continuum. The fusion of weldments can be based entirely on the heat generated by the arc to fuse the weldments.
The baking paint treatment can give metal various colors and different textures. It is painted on the metal surface as a surface treatment, which has both protective and aesthetic functions.
Milling is a machining method in which a milling cutter is used as a tool to process the surface of an object. Milling is a highly efficient machining method in which a rotating multi-blade tool is used to cut a workpiece.
The process of pouring molten metal into a mold cavity in the shape of casting, and taking out the finished product after the metal is cooled, is commonly known as sand casting, also known as sand casting. Each sand mold can only be used once, which belongs to destructive casting. Mainly cast steel, aluminum alloy, and copper.
A welding method that uses the flame generated by the mixed combustion of combustible gas and combustion-supporting gas as the heat source to melt the weldment and the welding material to achieve interatomic bonding.
Knurling is a mechanical process of rolling patterns on the knobs of metal products or other working surfaces, mainly for anti-skid purposes. And used in many hardware, mold, and mechanical components.
From traditional machinery manufacturing, to the production of high-tech semiconductors, electric vehicles, and drones, nearly all key components require heat treatment.
Direct Energy Deposition (DED), also known as metal laser cladding, is one of the methods used to fabricate metal workpieces by additive manufacturing technology.
Metal spraying is the process that uses compressed air or inert gas to spray molten, corrosion-resistant metal onto a metal surface to form a protective coating.
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.
Machining is one of the most important cutting process used in any manufacturing industry. There are many different processing methods and each of these methods may require the use many different cutting tools. With each tool corresponding to a different cutting process, often problems can occur which not only affect the machining accuracy, but also the quality of the workpiece, and can even cause accidents. Understanding the cutting processes, machine tools used, and factors affecting accuracy are important for avoiding problems. Understanding the basics of cutting processing and smart tools will make your machining more effective and require less effort.
Spot welding is a type of welding used to weld sheets of metal together by clamping the sheets together at a single point and passing an electric current through the point to melt the sheets together.
Titanium alloys are widely used in aerospace, chemical, marine, and automotive industries due to their excellent strength-to-weight ratio, corrosion resistance, and ability to maintain strength at high temperatures. However, the disadvantages of titanium alloys are poor thermal conductivity and strong reactivity with tool materials. Their high strength, and low elastic modulus make them difficult to cut materials.
In-mold manufacturing, casting and forging are often used for processing. What is the difference between these two manufacturing processes?
Etching is a technique to process the surface of the object by using chemical strong acid corrosion, mechanical polishing, or electrochemical electrolysis. In addition to enhancing aesthetics, it furthermore increases the added value of the object. Procedures from traditional metal processing to high-tech semiconductor manufacturing are all within the scope of applications of etching technique.
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