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Factory making Staineless Shafts and Gears for Auto Parts for Rotterdam Manufacturers Detail: Product Description Item Name mass production cnc machining parts 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 Allo...
Factory Promotional mass production cnc machining parts to Guinea Manufacturers Detail:
Factory making Staineless Shafts and Gears for Auto Parts for Rotterdam Manufacturers Detail:
|Item Name||mass production cnc machining parts|
|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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Making A Rectangular Bluing Tray, by Clickspring
It can be a bit hit and miss getting a consistent, uniform blue on long slender parts like clock hands. So I made a third component for the bluing tray set, to do the job right. Using a scrap piece of brass left over from the frames of the current clock build, I used a shop made D bit to mill some grooves so that it could be folded into the shape of a box.
The other videos that this video is related to are:
“Spare Parts #8 – Making A D Bit Single Flute Milling Cutter “: https://youtu.be/jlNxvnOxMCE
“Home Machine Shop Tool Making – Making A Versatile Bluing Tray”: https://youtu.be/8h1Uf9bkc3E
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
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00:03 This bluing tray set that I made in a previous video has been working well for bluing screws and other small parts.
00:13 In particular the tray with brass shavings is very effective at distributing the heat slowly and evenly across the part, ensuring a uniform blue finish.
00:20 But some of the blued parts coming up in the clock build in the near future, are quite long and thin, so a longer tray will be required when I blue them.
00:29 However the box shape would present a bit of a challenge at the soldering stage if it
00:42 was made of separate parts, so I’m making it as one piece that can then be folded into shape. Now there a quite a few ways to tackle this job, but I thought I’d show you a mill equivalent of the super glue arbor you’ve seen me use so often on the lathe
00:54 I’m using this block of aluminium to hold the workpiece, and the first thing I’m going to do is give it a light resurface with this flycutter. The flycutter is shop made, and has quite a lot of mass in the disc, and generally gives me a smooth cut.
01:30 Acetone cleans off the surface, and a light coating of glue is enough to hold the part. Once the work is in position, pressure from the spindle holds it in place as the glue cures.
01:44 I can now machine all of the exposed surfaces in the one operation, starting with the perimeter. I’ve made this D Bit cutter specifically to cut the v grooves. Click the link if you’d like to see a video showing how this was made.
02:18 The cutter has an included angle of 92 degrees, which is going to help when it comes to bending everything to shape later. I also shifted the cutter across to take a final skim cut on the sides of each groove, to create a little more space for the solder to fill.
02:39 And as always with superglue, a gentle heat breaks the bond. The little corner pieces need to be removed before I can fold the box to shape, so I used a jewellers saw takes care of those, and then I tidied up the saw cut on the belt sander.
03:13 A little heat from the propane torch to anneals the brass, and then once it had cooled down
03:18 I set about forming it into the shape of a box, with some flux, silver solder and tying wire. Now that the brass is annealed, it bends easily without cracking, leaving a small gap for the solder.
04:30 The brass holds the box shape well when its cool, but it’ll flex and sag quite a lot when under heat, so I used some soft tying wire to bind it all together for the soldering operation. A little more flux, and then a good measure of silver solder was placed into position, enough to form a decent fillet when it flows.
05:22 The work always looks a bit rough after silver soldering, but the main objective has been achieved, a good solid join, with a nice fillet. The bracing wire can now come off, and the surfaces given a general clean up with coarse grit emery paper.
05:41 The corners came out quite close and square, but I decided it would be better to round
them off, to match the curve of the bent edges. Then I took the part back to the mill, to form the thread for the handle.
06:14 Now the tray should lean comfortably on the handle when its sitting on the bench, so the feet need to be positioned slightly forward of the center of gravity to achieve this. Using a scrap rod, I decided on a pivot distance that gave a good result, and then formed the holes and threads for the feet.
07:46 With the addition of this rectangular tray, the bluing tray set can now accommodate most of the common shapes and sizes I’ll need to blue over the next few clock projects. And of course what better way to test it, than with a Clickspring.
“The Model Engineers Workshop Manual” pg 94
George H Thomas
The many forum posts on the subject of D Bits
by John “Bogstandard” Moore
Making A Rectangular Bluing Tray, by Clickspring.
By Gary 2016-9-12 12:27
Staff is skilled, well-equipped, process is specification, products meet the requirements and delivery is guaranteed, a best partner!
By Michelle 2015-11-15 17:27