OEM Factory for Kitchen sink single bowl 9138 stainless steel for Jakarta Factory
OEM Factory for Kitchen sink single bowl 9138 stainless steel for Jakarta Factory Detail:
Product: Single Bowl Kitchen Sink
Thickness:1.0mm(customized by customers)
Material:Stainless steel SUS304
Finish:Satin finish, resistant to corrosion
Accessories: chopping board, sink basket, kitchen liquid dispenser
With undercoated plus rubber pad for deadening sound.
OEM & ODM: Acceptable, send your drawing and specification
Packing: Carton packing/ pallet packing/ individual packing
Delivery date: within 20-30 days after pay for deposit
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A couple days back I finally got my new (and by new I mean used, but whatever) pantograph for the shop. A pantograph is a manual engraving machine that’s extremely flexible. With a CNC milling machine I can mill my own type using digital designs, then manually engrave them in ultra fine detail.
You might ask, why not just use the CNC? CNC requires fixturing that’s very difficult to do and often destructive to the knife’s finish. Logo-ing is the last step in making a knife, and often I put in hours making sure the knife’s finish is perfect. To ruin it by fixturing it to a CNC would just be counterproductive. Plus a CNC mill doesn’t have the fine detail capability of a pantograph, which allows me to shrink my logos up to 7x and get extremely tight detail.
These are really cool machines, I’ve tried out electrochemical etching, electropencils and CNC logo-ing, and so far this is by far my favorite method. It looks far more professional than the other logo-ing methods and is extremely accurate and easy to use.
By Doreen from Kazakhstan - 2015.09.23 18:44
This company has a lot of ready-made options to choose and also could custom new program according to our demand, which is very nice to meet our needs.
By Grace from Florence - 2015.05.22 12:13