Chinese wholesale Non-standard hardware fitting CNC turning precision machining parts for Georgia Factory
Product Description Item Name machining Quality Assurance ISO9001: 2008 and ISO/TS16949: 2009 and GMC of TUV ( specially for auto industy) certification. Machining Equipment Machining Center / CNC Lathes / Grinding Machines / Milling Machines / Lathes /Wire-cuts / Laser Cuts / CNC Shearing Machines / CNC Bending Machines / etc. Materials Aluminum Alloy: 5052 /6061/ 6063 / 2017 / 7075 / etc. Brass Alloy: 3602 / 2604 / H59 / H62 / etc. Stainless Steel Alloy: 303 / 304 / ...
Chinese wholesale Non-standard hardware fitting CNC turning precision machining parts for Georgia Factory Detail:
|Quality Assurance||ISO9001: 2008 and ISO/TS16949: 2009 and GMC of TUV ( specially for auto industy) certification.|
|Machining Equipment||Machining Center / CNC Lathes / Grinding Machines / Milling Machines / Lathes /Wire-cuts / Laser Cuts / CNC Shearing Machines / CNC Bending Machines / etc.|
5052 /6061/ 6063 / 2017 / 7075 / etc.
3602 / 2604 / H59 / H62 / etc.
Stainless Steel Alloy:
303 / 304 / 316 / 412 / etc.
Carbon Steel / Die Steel / etc.
Other Special Materials:
Lucite / Nylon / Bakelite / etc.
We handle many other type of materials. Please contact us if your required material is not listed above.
|Surface Treatment||Blacking,polishing,anodize,chrome plating,zinc plating,nickel plating,tinting|
|Inspection||Hardness tester,Image measuring instrument,Three-dimensional measuring instrument etc.|
|File Formats||Solid Works,Pro/Engineer, AutoCAD(DXF,DWG), PDF,TIF etc.|
1. Our advantages
(1) We are professional precision metal parts manufacturer for over 12 years in shenzhen of China.
(2) Our factory have got through the ISO9001: 2008 and ISO/TS16949: 2009 and GMC of TUV ( specially for auto industy) certification.
(3) We have more than 60 sets all kinds of machines like CNC lathe, CNC milling, stamping machine, drilling machine and grinding machines. But in CNC industry, most manufacture factories only have more than a dozen machines.
(4)higher quality and reasonable price because we have rich-experiece production workers and engineers and strong raw material purchasing team.
(5)professional sale service in time for both before-sale and after-sale by Email, Telephone and face to face.
(6)We always take part in some exhibitions about metal parts industry in the US and Europe (usually in Germany) every year.
2. Our shipments
(1)We can accept a variety of shipment ways like: By express, by air, by sea or other ways.
(2)We can directly send goods to the address which is required by customers. We also can accept to send goods to the freighter company which is appointed by customer.
3. Our sales service
(1)Our professional salesmen will patiently answer all inquiries and questions from customer within 12 hours by email, telephone, face to face and chat tool like trademanager or skype or QQ.
(2)if our salesmen can’t answer or solve customer’s some very professional or important questions right now, they will note well what customer mentioned and tell it to our engineers and manager in time and then reply customers ASAP.
(3)We will advise all feasibility of processing scheme to customers considering to save customers purchasing cost.
4. Our products display ( all of our products are customized as customers’ design drawning and other requirements)
(1)classification as machining process. (CNC milling, CNC turning, Grinding, stamping, die casting, forging, drilling, extrusion profiles and surface treatment. )
(2) classification as product raw material (Aluminum Alloy, Stainless Steel, brass, Steel, etc. )
(3) classification as application of product
(4) classification as surface treatment ( Chrom plated, zincplated, nickleplated, anodizing, polishing, hot-DIP galvanized, electrophoresis, oxidation, coating, etc )
Whatever questions you have, pls feel free to contact us by email or telephone (you can get it in our website). Of course, very welcome to visit us if you interest.
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https://www.facebook.com/DiyForKnuckleheads?ref=hl How to drill a hole in a ceramic tile? Good question. Drilling holes in wall tiles is a fairly easy skill to master once you know how. Follow these simple steps on how to drill a hole in a tiled wall for a hassle free experience.
Before l Continue,
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Makita Driver/ Drill:
This is the updated Model of my Go-To Makita Driver-Drill. A Great mid-priced Driver/Drill that will never let you down. Here’s the link to purchase if interested.
PLEASE NOTE: The battery charger for this model is 110 Volts (America) which is not suitable for some countries like Australia.
Estwing Straight Claw Hammer 16 oz
This Fantastic Hammer will last a lifetime! Perfectly balanced. Quality Product.
Dewalt Masonry Drill Bit Set:
Quality Drill bits for drilling into masonry which includes ceramic tile. Not suitable for porcelain tiles.
Vermont Tile and Glass Drill Bit Set.
If all you need to do is drill a hole in a ceramic tile then this is the Go-To Drill Bit! Beautiful clean round holes every time with very little effort and you won’t need the Nail Punch to start the hole off. The difference between this and the masonry drill bit above is that this one isn’t multi purpose. It’s for ceramic tile and glass ONLY.
Nail Set / Nail Punch Set:
The fine nail punch is used to make the initial mark on the tile so the drill doesn’t move when starting off the hole.
Please note that l haven’t included wall anchors in the above list as different anchors will be required for different weighted fixtures. Please consult with your hardware specialist before purchasing.
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Drilling a hole in a ceramic wall tile or floor tile is a completely different experience to drilling a hole through a porcelain wall tile or floor tile. Porcelain tiles are extremely hard and require a special drill bit to drill through the tile. This video is dealing only with drilling a hole through a ‘ceramic tile’.
Before l go through the steps of how to drill a hole through a tile, here is the link l promised in the video relating to my other wall tiling video where l reveal my little known trade secret. Check it out!
Steps to How to Drill a Hole in a Wall Tile:
Work out where you want to drill your hole.
Apply masking tape (or painters tape) with an ‘x’ over where you want to drill your hole in the tile. With a pen or pencil, mark on the tape where you want the hole in the tile to be drilled.
Load up your cordless or corded drill with a carbide tipped masonry drill bit suitable to the size of the hole that is to be drilled.
Place the drill on the mark to be drilled and with gentle pressure and on slow speed commence drilling. Ensure that you let the drill work slowly rather than you forcing the drill which can crack the tile. Do not have your drill on the ‘hammer’ setting as that may crack the tile.
Continue to apply gentle pressure to the back of the drill making sure to slow up even more when you are about to break through the tile.
If the hole you’re drilling is larger than about 6mm or ¼ inch l would suggest that you start off with a smaller pilot hole first. This will make the larger drill bit a lot easier to drill through the tile and you will reduce the risk of the tile cracking.
There you have it. It’s as simple as that. Let me know how you go..
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Making The Mainspring And Escapement Pallets, by Clickspring.
In this video I reach a significant milestone for the clock, the very first tick of the escapement.
If you would like to help support the creation of these videos, then head on over to the Clickspring Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/clickspring
A very special thank you to Patrons Dan Keen, Samuel Irons and Sean Kuyper.
Other Videos to Watch:
How To Make A Clock In The Home Machine Shop – Part 14 – Making The Barrel Click And Clickspring: https://youtu.be/EUGSplH6gHM
Ask Me A Question:
Spanish subtitles courtesy of Jaime Florez
00:36 The purpose of the escapement is twofold: Firstly, it releases small amounts of energy to the pendulum to replace what it loses to friction, and so keep it oscillating. And secondly, it effectively counts those oscillations, and through the attached gear train keeps a running total, that we see displayed as the time.
01:22 I’m using the British Horological Institute method to lay out the geometry for the recoil pallets, and its a complex process worthy of an hour long video in itself, so I won’t go into the detail in this video. Instead, you can get this publication from them directly, and give it a read for yourself.
01:45 Old fashioned trial and fit on a depthing tool is still the accepted method to inspect the escapement action, and decide on the required adjustments to the pallet profile. The process of roughing out the pallets is much like you’ve seen in previous videos for parts like the click and clickspring. A paper template marks out the perimeter, as well as the hole location on some O1 tool steel.
04:29 And at this point the recognisable shape of a set of recoil pallets is starting to emerge, although there’s still quite a lot of fine adjustment required to get them to perform correctly.
06:00 But the general idea appears to be gradual removal of excess metal, whilst incrementally pushing the pallets into closer engagement with the escape wheel teeth. The ultimate goal is to have a minimum drop onto both the entry and exit faces, and an easy clearance at each of the discharge corners. While at the same time ensuring that the pallets at the correct theoretical depth.
06:48 The end result is that the teeth are experiencing minimal, and essentially equal drop on both the entry and exit faces. And the recoil action is able to be accommodated without the tops of the teeth jamming on the underside of the pallets.
07:52 Like most of the other steel parts in the mechanism, its important that the pallets be hardened to ensure they have a long service life. And you might recall that when I made the hands, I used a custom tray to contain the boric acid glaze during the heating.
09:22 All pallet surfaces now have the required finish, and I used a fine oilstone to break the sharp corners, and leave a presentable edge. So with the pallets complete, along with a small fastener that I turned up off camera, I can fit them to the mechanism and see how they perform.
10:55 But with a slight turn of the bushing, the drop can easily be minimised to what it should be for maximum energy efficiency. The escapement feels nice and slick. In fact a light touch on the center wheel is enough to set the pallets off and running, and the bushing can be further adjusted so that the teeth just pass the pallets.
14:20 The spring is then wound up just enough to allow the barrel to be slipped over, and then the barrel hook is engaged with the outer hole in the mainspring. The tension can then be slowly released by reversing the winder, and once all of the force has been removed, the spring can be unpinned.
14:58 A few drops of oil are enough to lubricate the coils, and will be enough to eventually cover the entire length of the spring as it’s continually discharged and rewound.
17:42 Its not a long enough test period, and its unlikely that the clock could maintain this performance long term, particularly without temperature compensation or a fusee. But its an encouraging start, and certainly a much better result than I expected. I’ll leave it running on test over the next few weeks, while I work on the last remaining components of the build: The stop work mechanism, a winding key, and of course the final polish and assembly.
John Wilding “Large Wheel Skeleton Clock” construction book can be purchased online from Ian T Cobb:
Making The Mainspring And Escapement Pallets, by Clickspring.
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