Stainless Steel

Resistance to corrosion and staining, low maintenance, and familiar luster make stainless steel an ideal material for many applications where both the strength of steel and corrosion resistance are required. Stainless steel can be rolled into sheets, plates, bars, wire and tubing, these can be used in cookware, cutlery, major appliances, industrial equipment and storage tank for food products. Components provided by us made of SUS303, SUS304 are widely adopted by our customers for domestic appliances, no matter interior or exterior parts. And with different requirement, we use different process to form the finish good and make sure those are in conformity with requested function. A few of the most common techniques we use are stamping press, punch press, investment casting, powder metallurgy and so on. 

Stamping Press & Punch Press

A stamping press is a metalworking machine tool used to shape or cut metalby deforming it with a die. In simple terms, a stamping press is the modern day equivalent of a hammer and anvil. The difference is that a stamping press uses precision-made male and female dies to dictate the shape of the final product. Similar like stamping press, punch press is a tool to cut holes in material. We have experience in providing tubes, drip tray, cup holder, metal sheets and handles using such processing method.

Investment Casting (De-Wax)

Investment precision casting produces near-net-shape configurations, offering designers and engineers freedom of design in a wide range of precision casting parts. The process is capable of producing precise detail dimensional accuracy, and parts may weigh just a few ounces to many pounds.

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Powder Metallurgy

Powder Metallurgy is a term covering a wide range of ways in which materials or components are made from metal powders. In the usual powder metallurgy sequence, the powders are compressed (pressed) into the desired shape and then heated (sintered) to bond the particles into a hard, rigid mass.

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Aluminum Alloy

Aluminum Alloy

Aluminum is the most widely used non-ferrous metal, just exceeded that of any other metals except iron. With several superior features, such as its lightweight, low density, machinability, strength and beguiling exterior appearance, it’s widely adopted by us to produce grinder housing, spindle and cover.

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ZINC Alloy

Zinc Alloy

With high strength and hardness, added with it’s outstanding corrosion resistance and production diversity, zinc makes a perfect fit for the creation of multifaceted, highly complex shapes components and products. It is also surface processing friendly which can be painted or chrome plated to make a pleasing outlook. Zinc made products we have provided includes logo plate, frame and other mechanical parts.

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