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  • Introduction of Electroplating
    • Jan 22, 2021

    What is electroplating? The process of electroplating, which in simple terms involves using an electrical charge to attach a thin metal layer or coating to an electrically conductive surface. Electroplating works like a galvanic cell in reverse. An electrical current reduces cations from a solution so that they can coat a conductive material with a thin layer. Benefits of electroplating Electropla...

  • Introduction of Sandblasting and Anodizing
    • Dec 09, 2020

    What is sandblasting? Blasting is essentially like a pressure washer that uses “abrasive media” to create the desired look. The abrasive material we use includes sand, garnet, walnut shells, glass beads, and high-pressure water. We will pick the media, the pressure, the distance from the part after taking the desired surface texture, the material of the part, and the dimensional tolerances of the ...

  • Difference between Laser Engraving and Laser Marking
    • Dec 02, 2020

    Whether you’re in need of custom parts or engraved materials, there’s no doubt that laser cutting offers the best precision for these projects. While machine tooling is an older process, this method of laser cutting is much more efficient and there’s less room for error. How do lasers cut, engrave, and mark metal/acrylic parts? Keep reading to learn a little more. Why is this method of cutting pre...

  • What's The Application of CNC Technology in Machinery Manufacturing?
    • Nov 03, 2020

    The application of CNC technology in the field of machining and manufacturing can meet the needs of modern society for product diversification and the requirements of product upgrading, and it can also promote the development of machinery manufacturing in the direction of precision, modernization, technology and intelligence. That makes the machinery manufacturing industry has achieved faster deve...

  • Why is the cost of mold opening so high?
    • Oct 21, 2020

    When you are ready to produce the products to test market, do you want to directly find the mould factory to make a mold to processing? When you receive the mould cost, you may ask why its cost is so high? When you have a general understanding of the mould manufacturing process, you probably don’t think it’s expensive. The mould manufacturing process generally includes: product analysis- mould des...

  • 5 Reasons to Switch to Laser Cutting Service
    • Oct 13, 2020

    Are you looking for a more efficient and cost-effective process to cut and engrave your products or parts? Laser cutting and laser engraving service are increasing in popularity over traditional multi-station punch processing, especially in the United States. How does laser cutting work? A laser cutting machine uses a laser beam to cut materials such as acrylic, plastic, and metal. The beam is dir...

  • Jiamei Custom Laser Engraving Service
    • Sep 11, 2020

    Laser Engraving is a well established process in heavy industry for marking and engraving tools, assets, products and many more. But it has only recently been adopted by start up business’ as a service to an end user and the general public. Laser engraving is a process which uses laser technology to engrave, cut or mark materials, using an intense beam of laser light. Traditionally, engraving was ...

  • The benefits of powder coating
    • Sep 04, 2020

    When exposed to the elements, unfinished fabricated metal tarnishes and corrodes. In order to add durability and longevity to steel fabrication designs, a proper finish is necessary. Powder coating has become extremely popular. It requires less equipment and less application time — and results in less rejected work — than other finishing methods. When you powder coated metal parts, it becomes more...

  • Acrylic Laser Cutting Introduction
    • Aug 26, 2020

    The principle of acrylic processing laser cutting Acrylic laser cutting is to use a focusing mirror to focus the laser beam on the surface of the material to melt the material, and at the same time use the compressed gas coaxial with the laser beam to blow away the melted material, and make the laser beam and the material move relative to each other along a certain track. Form a cut of a certain s...

  • Waterjet Cutting Process
    • Aug 21, 2020

    Waterjet is the most versatile process, because it is able to cut almost any type of material. Limitations include materials that are highly brittle, such as tempered glass and some ceramics. Waterjet cutting uses an ultra-high pressure stream of water to carry an abrasive grit. The abrasive does the cutting through a mechanical sawing action, leaving a smooth, precision cut surface. Water jet is ...

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