Hot Sale for Truck Intake Manifold for Kazakhstan Manufacturers
Company Core Philosophy
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.
Payment & Delivery
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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We not only will try our best to offer excellent services to every customer, but also are ready to receive any suggestion offered by our customers for Hot Sale for Truck Intake Manifold for Kazakhstan Manufacturers, We welcome new and old customers from all walks of life to contact us for future business relationships and achieving mutual success!
Aeromaster LMP is a 2003 Bentley Speed 8 replica kitcar made in Bulgaria. The 3d CAD on the body, chassis and suspension was made by me, as well as the CNC-milling and building of the full-size body plug. Final coat and polyshing on the plug, moulds, chassis welding and assembly of the car components was done by other teams. The whole project took about 5 years to complete.
The overall shape and proportions of the car are about 99% accurate. For the 3d CAD design of the body I used over thousand of photos of the 2003 Bentley Speed 8 prototype, and carefully examined the shape, proportions, reflections, details, etc. Although the overall shape is very close to the genuine car, the accuracy is claimed at pretty conservstive 80% instead, because there are some changes made, such like:
- Removed those big holes for the fuel cap behind the side windows to make the body more stylish (the fuel cap is now located under the engine cover).
- Fewer air intakes and air ducts.
- Fewer body panel gaps. For example, the entire rear end is a single piece – no separate rear bumper, air ducts on top of the front fenders are integrated rather than being a separate piece, etc.
- Rounded edges are no longer constant radius fillet, they are smoother blend instead (this also improves the looks, especially noticeable when looking at the paint reflections). Check the following video at 2:20 and 3:20 to see the difference between both types of rounding an edge. watch?v=tTI18fsCCDI
- Proper weather strip insulation around the door opening.
- The front clamshell is separated into three pieces – two front fenders and a middle cover (I’m not sure if it’s proper to call it hood since it will not open an access to luggage space beneath).
- The suspension is no longer push-rod type, in order to keep the cost lower and make it possible to use a wider range of coil-over brands.
- Side mirrors were moved closer to the driver.
- No external antenna.
There are some missing parts or improvements that were planned/designed by me, but are still not included in the test prototype by the team who assembled the body and chassis. Fortunatelly, some of these are currently into development or may be considered later:
- Sheet metal as reinforcement between the chassis tubes.
- Air ducts (grille) in the rear bumper area and new tail lights.
- Proper rear spoiler.
- Rear diffuser.
- The vertical “wings” behind the front wheels.
- Interior composite panels, plus new dashboard.
- X-brace reinforcement above the engine and transmission.
- Improved body panel alignment.
- Optional windscreen wiper.
- Hinged engine cover (maybe).
*** Body, chassis and suspension CAD designer and engineer, CNC-machinist, and plug builder – Borislav Topov (Plovdiv, Bulgaria);
Customer – Joe Lee (Sofia, Bulgaria), a good friend of me and owner of www.aero-master.com
Custom 3d CAD automotive & chassis design: https://www.facebook.com/sportni.koli.3
Finnluxury Tritium (FLT) body kit and chassis: https://www.facebook.com/finnluxury
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