New Arrival China Laser Cutting Services to The Swiss Manufacturer

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    Equipment CNC stamping/punching machine, CNC bending machine, TruLaser 3070 cutting machine, 5~250 tons punching machines, welding machine, polish machines Processed material stainless steel, copper, carbon steel (according to customer’s requirement) Surface treatment Hot galvanized, polishing, chrome/zinc/nickel plating, powder coating, anodize… Making process Laser cutting, Stamping, deep drawing, bending, punching ,threading, welding, tapping, riveti...


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Equipment

CNC stamping/punching machine, CNC bending machine, TruLaser 3070 cutting machine, 5~250 tons punching machines, welding machine, polish machines

Processed material

stainless steel, copper, carbon steel (according to customer’s requirement)

Surface treatment

Hot galvanized, polishing, chrome/zinc/nickel plating, powder coating, anodize…

Making process

Laser cutting, Stamping, deep drawing, bending, punching ,threading, welding, tapping, riveting, grinding

Size

According to customer’s designing & drawings

Thickness

0.5mm ~12mm, or other special available

Standard

ANSI. API.BS.DIN.JIS.GB.etc

R&D

We support customer R&D make the file or improve the design if you needed

Inspection

IQC, IPQC,FQC,QA

Mould

Depend on customer’s require to make the mould.

Sample confirmation

Before start mass production we will send the pre-production samples to customer for confirmation. We will modify the mould until customer satisfied.

Products Scope

Furniture hardware, electronic hardware, construction hardware, sheet metal processing, machinery parts, hydraulic fitting

Packing

According to customer’s requirements

Certificate

ISO 9001, ROHS

 

     


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Our well-equipped facilities and exceptional excellent control throughout all stages of manufacturing enables us to guarantee total buyer gratification for New Arrival China Laser Cutting Services to The Swiss Manufacturer, The product will supply to all over the world, such as: Georgia , Estonia , The Swiss , We focus on providing service for our clients as a key element in strengthening our long-term relationships. Our continual availability of high grade items in combination with our excellent pre-sale and after-sales service ensures strong competitiveness in an increasingly globalized market. We are willing to cooperate with business friends from at home and abroad and create a great future together.


  • From http://www.kevincaron.com – Artist Kevin Caron shows how to make perfect holes of various sizes in metal and wood ….

    In response to a question about how he cut the holes in the steel wings of a private art commission without any discoloration or roughness, Kevin shows how to use a hole saw. First he shows the attachment that has a pilot drill to help get your hole started. The attachment has a locking mechanism with pins that lock into the holes in the back of the hole saw to keep everything together. You screw the locking mechanism into the hole saw, line up the holes and screw it down so everything locks together. The hole saw has a bimetal cutting surface that dissipates heat well while staying sharp. Hole saws come in lots of different sizes, too. Caron shows some of the ones he has, from 1/2″ to 7/8″ to 3″ to 4″. You can buy them as a set, but the sets he’s seen only go from about 1/2″ to 3/4″ or require a big case to store them all in – hole saws come as large as 6″, 7′, 8″ and 10″. The smaller diameter hole saws can be used in a handheld drill or a drill press, but the bigger ones perform better in a drill press because they can pull the metal or wood loose. With hole saws larger than 1-1/2″ Caron uses a drill press, clamping down the material on the drill press table. You can also buy hole saws individually. All of his came from Home Depot. Caron has had good luck with the Milwaukee brand. There are also hole saws made of different types of metal and adjustable ones. He recommends going online and researching “hole saws” to see what is available. As for using them to create a project, he laid out his bottom row along the straight edge, then measured in and across. Then he cut some 4″ diameter circles out of paper and laid them on the metal so he could get his spacing right. Next he took his spring-loaded center punch and punched right in the center of the paper pattern. Caron takes a moment to explain how the spring-loaded center punch works. You put it up against the metal and press down. You hear a little “snap,” which is the spring releasing a small hammer inside, which makes a dimple in the metal. You can come back with a traditional center punch and a hammer if you want to create a bigger mark, but using this spring-loaded center punch seems to do the job well enough for the hole saw’s pilot drill to find the center point. (Sometimes he does it twice to deepen the dimple.) Finally, he demonstrates how to do it. He puts a hole saw on his drill press, center punches a piece of aluminum, clamps the metal to the table, and drills a pilot hole through the aluminum. He then lowers the hole saw and cuts right through the metal. Aluminum cuts more easily than steel; he uses cutting fluid when using a hole saw on steel. When he drilled the wings for his art commission, he clamped a large piece of wood to the drill press table, then clamped the metal to the wood to keep everything straight, and went a little more slowly. Caron has cut 1/4″ and even 1/2″ steel using the drill press and a hole saw. For more how-to videos, visit http://www.kevincaron.com To see the art commission mentioned in this video, visit http://www.kevincaron.com/art_detail/lady_bugme.html

    We have been looking for a professional and responsible supplier, and now we find it.

    5 Stars By Johnny 2016-10-09 13:47
    The company account manager has a wealth of industry knowledge and experience, he could provide appropriate program according our needs and speak English fluently.

    5 Stars By Albert 2016-10-10 14:42

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