Factory selling Shaft steel machining to Vancouver Factories
Factory selling Shaft steel machining to Vancouver Factories Detail:
1. Name: Forging
2. Process:Forging+ cnc machining
3. Material grade: Steel, Ss303, brass, aluminum A356, Al6061, A357, metal and variety
4. Machining type: turning, drilling, tapping, milling
5. Finish: Polishing, coating, anodizing etc
6. Dimension: According to customer’s drawing or sample
7. Certification: ISO9001: 2000 /TS16949
8. Application: Luxury yacht, machinery part, truck part, Auto part, Industry.
9. Quality control: 100% inspected
10. Color: Per customer’s requirement
|Material:||Stainless steel, metal, brass, aluminium and variety|
|R&D capacity:||1) Mould/Tooling analysis, design & manufacturing
2) Mould/Tooling testing & confirm the sample
3) CNC machining
4) Surface treatment: Trimming, polishing, cleaning & power coating
5) Full Inspection
|Production Equipments:||Photo show as below|
|Machining Equipments:||1) CNC milling and turning, grinding, honing, lapping, broaching and other secondary machining.
2) integral CNC machineries & four machining centers, such as milling, broaching, drilling, turning, planning, grinding machinery and three-axle machining centers.
3) CNC Milling Machine
4) CNC Lathe Machine
5) 4-axis machine
6) Foring machine
|Test Equipments:||1) Hardness tester
2) Chemical analysis
3) Digital Measuring Projector
4) Dynamic Balancing Tester
5) Universal testing machine & Coordinate-Detector for CNC machining
All test machining can ensure high precision CNC machining parts
|Quality Certification:||1) ISO 9001:2000
|Surface Treatment:||1) Sand blasting
2) Zinc/chrome plating
3) Powder coating
5) Heat treatment etc for CNC machining
6) Other customer requirement
|Production usage:||1) Auto parts
2) motorcycle parts
3) pump parts
4) locomotive parts
5) machinery parts
6) metal parts
7) CNC machining
8) machined parts
9) precision machining, etc.
1. Professional experience
2. All kinds of material is available
3. SGS Audited
4. High quality with competitive price
5. Fast delivery time
6. Sample available
7. Have export experience to all over the world
8. Precision OEM forging part with competitive price
1.Material: All of our material will be tested when coming.
2.Manufacture Process: Full control of process
1) The worker will do self-inspection first during production, and scrap the part with poor material quality, out of tolerance.
2) The QC will inspect the part dimension random about 1-2 hour, in order to control the dimension and found mistake to make corrective action immediately.
3) When the parts finished machining process, they will be arranged to have surface treatment (such as anodize or powder coated), then, the QC will inspect the parts again,because after surface treatment, the tolerance of products will changed little,if there is any defective parts ,we will pick them out directly.
4) Before shipping,our package worker will check the part surface and see if there is any scratch or other not good items,if yes,pick them out.
We are professional in OEM forging part .
1. For sea shipment, all of our products are packed in standard export wooden case to avoid any damage during shipment.
2. For air shipment, all of our products are packed in PVC single to avoid the damage.
After sale service
The quality of products is the most import thing of company, our company always pay most attention in this point, even we have very strictly quality control system, but we still can`t promise every part you received will 100% perfect, so if there is any defective part you received, you just need to offer us the evidence (such as picture), we will check and confirm it. After that, we will repair or redo them.
Because of our strictly quality control system,so we have the confidence to promise our customer with this.Please kindly noted that it`s our advantage compare with others,we realize that only the high qualityand good service can keep the friendly and longterm business relationship with our customer and it`s also the only way for an enterprise to be existed.
Welcome to offer a trial order with your drawings!
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From http://www.Weld.com and http://www.kevincaron.com – TIG expert Wyatt “Mr. TIG” Swaim and artist Kevin Caron tackle AC TIG welding aluminum …. First, Swaim says to make sure to hit that “AC,” or “alternating current,” button on your welder to get started. You can hear the AC running constantly, giving it a totally different sound.
On machines built in the last 15 years or so, a cleaning action also is built in. That means that, aside from removing oil, you don’t need to prepare aluminum metal at all before you begin TIG welding. Even though you can’t see it, aluminum has an oxide layer that melts at about 3600 degrees Farenheit. The aluminum itself starts melting at about 1200 degrees, creating a “little physics problem.” The machines’ cleaning action is controlled by a knob that usually says something like “AC Balance” that allows you to adjust for just how dirty your metal is. It usually has words like “More Cleaning” or “Less Cleaning” to help. Once you visually determine how dirty your metal is, you can set your balance. If you find that your tungsten is balling up too much, your setting is too far into the positive range. Most of the time, Swaim runs at about 70% negative. By running a bead on a plate and adding filler material, you can look adjacent to the weld, and make sure that you are getting cleaning action for a relatively small section outside the heat-affected zone. An inch wide cleaning zone is too much. Caron then asks whether you need to clean the aluminum in real-world situations, but Swaim says that using a wirebrush or otherwise cleaning the surface simply polishes the oxides. The welder actually bombards and vaporizes the contaminant and cleans the metal, except for oils, which you do need to remove.
They suit up and Caron takes the torch using a 1/16 diameter, 2% thoriated tungsten, 100 percent argon, and about 100 – 110 amps. The AC balance is set at 70% negative. He begins welding without filler. The close-up shows the cleaning action on each side of the puddle – he’s getting more than adequate cleaning. As Caron reaches the end of the weld, he tapers off slowly. Swaim points out that heat tends to build up quickly with aluminum. Some people ask if aluminum is harder to weld. Swain says it isn’t, it’s just different. Once they get used to it, he says, some people like aluminum better than other materials. Caron says welding aluminum seems quicker than welding steel. For the next weld, Caron uses filler material. Swaim emphasizes how important it is to establish the puddle, which will be very clear and precise, almost mirror-like, before adding your filler. Not doing so, he says, is the number 1 mistake new TIG welders make. For this application, they’re using 1/16 diameter, 4043 filler, which is pretty common for engineering.
The close-up shows Caron dabbing the filler rod as he moves the tungsen down the metal and Swaim gives a play-by-play. Caron backs off slowly at the end. Swaim points out that you may start out at 100 or 110 amps, but by the time you get to the end of the weld, your heat has caught up to you, and you have to back off or your weld gets wider and wider and, Caron adds, flatter. That’s a big difference between steel and DC welding and aluminum and AC welding. You also have to watch out for hot, short cracking at the end. Adding another little dab of filler at the end of your weld can avoid this problem. Swaim points out that this is one big difference between the big industrial machines and the light-duty machines: the more expensive machines are more precise. With the higher-end machines, it’s much easier to avoid cratering than it is with the less expensive welders. Once you get used to the light-duty machines, you can dab a little filler to overcome the cratering, but with the industrial welders, you can taper off to as little as 5 amps to avoid it altogether, which is critical when you’re doing X-ray quality welds.
For more how-to videos, visit http://www.kevincaron.com and http://www.weld.com , where you can ask questions on the Weekend Warrior forum.
By Ivy from Japan - 2015.05.15 10:52
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By Lilith from Macedonia - 2015.09.16 11:31