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The company is specialized in casting mould technology design, tooling development, mould making,gravity casting aluminum alloy products, machining service as a whole, and has 36 seniorr&dengineers. 20 years experience in professional mould making.Strong technical team with certain research and development capabilities.Full machinery focus on quality and after-sales service.
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Payment Terms: 30% for deposit, 70% before shipment.
Package Details: usually use the standard 1200*800mm wood pallet, but can customized packaging according to the different products.
Delivery： 45 days after order confirmation.
There are 4 workshops in the company which including tooling workshop, casting workshop , machining workshop ,cleaning workshop and one full-equipped laboratory.
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the tool is an alemite zerk-mate
using INOX as the lubricating fluid.
Bi-Link discusses how 3D Systems ProJet® 3500 HDMax 3D Printers have tremendously helped them slash production time for their customers.
Traditionally, if you want a molded part, you buy a metal mold and it’ll take two to three weeks to make. With 3D Printed tooling we’re able to take the exact same part and take the manufacturing time from three weeks to a day. Twelve hours if we get the files in the afternoon, we can ship parts the next day.
A special thanks to 3D Systems for making this video possible.
For more information visit http://www.bi-link.com/
Read the full transcription below.
We’re 53-year-old family-owned business, we’re in job shop manufacturing we do Metal Stamping, we do Injection Molding and Insert Molding, Tool and Die, we’ve used our 3500 HD Max to print injection mold tooling.
We currently have three of the 3500 HD Max machines in the organization and expect to buy more, it’s really helped us tremendously in terms of being able to help our customers do more faster.
We moved from just a part like this, it has a thin hole, you got a core running through it for the hole. Into things like this are much longer with core pin for holes. Then we actually get into insert molded contacts, we’ll load the inserts, we actually use the printed tooling to locate the inserts then we shoot around them to bring it out just exactly the same process that you would use in a normal production tool.
But again, to get an insert molded part in two days. You wouldn’t even get close with a machine mold and you want to get this kind of quality.
Traditionally, if you want a molded part, you buy a metal mold it’ll take two to three weeks to make it, it’ll costs six to seven thousand dollars, depending on the part. We were able to take the exact same part and take the manufacturing time for the mold from three weeks to a day, twelve hours if if we get the files in the afternoon. We can ship parts the next day.
This particular part, the customers usual cycle for tooling was two to three weeks to get a sample. After they released the order for the tooling it was two to three weeks. We did four passes of this part, four tests at the customer in about six days and that included shipping.
The customer doesn’t have to make concessions in his design, doesn’t have to cut corners, and doesn’t have to wonder would it have really of work if we have done it this way. They didn’t have to make adjustments so we’d be able to produce them this way, they didn’t have to modify the part.
These printed molds we clamp with about 45 tons of pressure so they don’t flash. We don’t have to trim parts, we pull them out of the mold and we ship them. The material is very good under compression.
To be able to do a part this thin, this long, even in metal would have been extremely difficult. Polycarbonate goes in the 550 range. We run LCP’s so we’re injecting that with about 635 to 640 degrees, we’ve seen no degradation on the molds at all. They will just take the temperature.
Some of the 3d printed molds you see they’re running real low temperature material that has no physical properties at all besides being able say they were molded, that’s all it is.
Whereas these are actual production parts. A mold this large when we put it in our Morgan we’ll clamp that with eight to ten tons of pressure. No problem at all, it doesn’t mind. You could see this tiny little feature here. That part of the mold was 3D-printed in. We were able to hold that little tiny shape.
Because of the support, the wax material, we could heat it bring it out, we could get any detail we want. We don’t have to try to get in there and high pressure wash them or anything else. We could just melt it out so any detail we want in these molds we don’t destroy it trying to clean it.
Any part that we would want to do, we’ve been able to do with printed tooling. We could do things in printed tooling, it would be very complicated in steel, whether it’s inserts or under cuts that’s one thing with the 3d printers. It allows us to create things that you would have just imagined.