OEM/ODM China AK65 Base Plate for Japan Manufacturer
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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Participate in China Foundry Expo every year.
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With the "Client-Oriented" business philosophy, a rigorous quality control system, advanced manufacturing equipment and a strong R&D team, we always provide high quality products, excellent services and competitive prices for OEM/ODM China AK65 Base Plate for Japan Manufacturer, With superb service and quality, and an enterprise of foreign trade featuring validity and competitiveness, that will be trusted and welcomed by its clients and creates happiness to its employees.
Here on 01st May 2016, I had another metal casting session and cast two small gearbox sets designed to fit small sewing machine brushed universal motors (or Parvalux motors).
I made a wooden pattern of the desired shape and I also made a wooden pattern to form the sand core in the desired shape for the center core in order to successfully leave a void/hollow area inside the gearbox housing casting where the gears will fit once it is finished.
The video was made just after I poured the moulds, Sadly this small electric furnace I was using did not have enough capacity to fill all 4 moulds from the same melt (the second mould was poured but did not fill up fully with molten aluminium) so this was redone/patched up and re-poured again with another batch of molten metal (once I had removed the partly filled casting and patched up/repaired the mould)
I did build a very nice melting furnace a few years ago (see my other videos for more details), this furnace turned out to be so good that I did not want to use it and ruin it so it was never used even though it works very well and has a better capacity then the small Jewelers furnace I have been using in all my youtube videos.
I am now in the process of building a better deeper capacity electric furnace and leaving it unpainted so I can actually used it lol, this melting furnace looks similar to the red one I built back in 2011 that is shown in my other youtube video but this furnace is much deeper and constructed from Galvanized 3mm thick steel plate (I will post a proper video of this new furnace once it is finished)…
I then showed the successful castings in detail before cleaning them up and showing them again in a cooler state!
I then cut off the runner’s (where the castings were poured) and started machining one set of gearbox castings accordingly….
Last part of the video shows the front and back of the gearbox housing 80 percent finished, both castings fit together nicely to form a gearbox which can then be bolted/screwed to an small electric motor (sewing machine motor or Parvalux type motor which looks similar)
The idea of this gearbox is to reverse small sewing machine brushed motors which always seem to spin anti-clockwise and a clockwise direction is needed to drive a small lathe (like a Unimat SL lathe in my case), Although I could reverse the sewing machine motor to turn clockwise instead of anticlockwise by swapping the wiring to the brushes over, but sometimes this is not ideal and may cause the motor to spark more at the brushes and run hotter than intended eventually causing the motor to fail.
The gearbox method of changing the rotation of the motor is the best way and has a bonus of lowering the speed (slightly depending on how its geared) and increasing the output torque of the motor making it less harder to stall when it is driving the lathe belts!
I will post another video showing the finished motor and gearbox working very shortly.