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Plastic Injection Molding

Plastics can be found everywhere, from homes to offices, they have become a prevalent part of society and have grown alongside us into modernity. Over time and with technology they have become more complex and can be found in everything from Lego bricks to synthetic human body parts - all thanks to the advent of plastic injection molding. Injection molding was developed to resolve an obstacle around the billiard ball. In the 19th century, billiard balls were comprised of ivory, which was harvested from the tusks of African elephants. This ravaged the elephant population, then a billiards manufacturer came along and began offering a $10,000 (roughly 3 million today) prize to anyone who could

Metal Finishing (Metal Fabrication)

If you have a product or are designing one then understanding the importance of the finish of your product is very important. Most people think that finishing is only for the visual look, but it affects much more than just how the product looks. Deciding on the finish for your part shouldn’t be at the end of the project, but done while you are designing that individual part. This is because the finishing also affects the mechanical part of the product as well, such as reducing the amount of friction. The main benefits of metal finishing are: Improving corrosion resistance Improving the strength of wear resistance Serving as a primer for paint adhesion Making the surface electrically conducti

An In-Depth Look at Turning (Metal Fabrication)

As we talked about in a previous article, Metal Fabrication 101, turning is another one of the most common processes for removing material during metal fabrication. Turning is used to produce rotational parts that have multiple different features. Below we will take a more advanced look at the overall process of CNC Turning. Materials Used When parts are moved to the turning station, they come in a few forms. The main forms are in round bars, round tubes, and custom extrusions. When choosing a material, there are a number of factors that need to be considered. These factors include your target cost, strength, machinability, and resistance to corrosion. The most common materials used are alum

An In-Depth Look at Milling (Metal Fabrication)

As we reviewed in a previous article, Metal Fabrication 101, milling is the most common type of process for removing material. The milling process includes a rotating drill bit that removes material from the part. We will go into a more advanced look at the overall process for CNC milling. Materials Used When parts are moved to the milling station, they come in a few forms. The main forms are in pieces of sheet, solid bars, hollow tubes, and snapped beams (i.e. I-beams). Other processes, such as castings, extrusions, and castings can also be milled down after their primary process. When choosing a material, there are a number of factors that should be considered. These factors include your t

Metal Fabrication 101

Metal fabrication is a very common manufacturing process that combines various types of processes. For a broad description, metal fabrication is the combination of cutting, bending, joining, finishing and the final assembly of metal material that ends with an end part or product. If you have a customized metal part, then the fusion of these steps are important to the successful creation of your unique product. CUTTING The first step of the metal fabrication process is to receive rolled metal sheets. These rectangular sheets are flat, while the thickness and composition depends on the specifications from your given product. The first step is to take these sheets and cut them down into smaller

Turning Your Contract Manufacturer Into a Partner

As we all know, businesses have always been under pressure to improve revenues, reduce costs, and to grow their overall share in the market. In the past, the common action to lower costs was to outsource production to China or another country with a similar wage structure. However, when most companies in a given industry start outsourcing to another country with similar cost structures, the result is lower prices and lower profits due to commodity pricing. Innovative companies are now looking for new, more sustainable means to improve revenues and grow market share. Nowadays, companies are shifting their priorities away from price and towards the development, distribution, and speed of launc

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