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The Professional High Precision CNC Machining Service of 3D Printer Parts

Project Quick details What can we do? Production process: Thermo-mechanical processing Thermo-mechanical treatment (TMT) is the combination of plastic deformation and heat treatment to provide high strength properties. There are two types of TMT for high strength aluminum alloys. Intermediate...

Project Quick details 

Parts applications:3D printer parts
Material:Aluminum alloy, stainless steel, etc.
Manufacturing Process:CNC machining
Finish Treatment:Heat treatment, baking finish, etc.
Difficulties & Highlights:High precision
SizeCustomer's 3D/2D drawing
Brand nameNoble
Palace of originShenzhen, China (mainland)

What can we do? 

Production process:


Thermo-mechanical processing
Thermo-mechanical treatment (TMT) is the combination of plastic deformation and heat treatment to provide high strength properties.
There are two types of TMT for high strength aluminum alloys.

  • Intermediate TMT: The deformation is applied to give very fine recrystallised grains prior to solution treatment.

  • Final TMT: the deformation is applied after solution treatment and may involve cold or warm working before, during or after ageing.


Our Equipment

We take the CNC machining as core technology, meanwhile, we integrate other upstream and downstream resources in our industrial chain to provide service for the customer.

We have 4 five-axis CNC, more than 30 high-speed CNC machining centers, CNC lathes, CNC carved machines, in total we have more than 50 machining equipment.
We are able to provide machining service of CNC milling, turning, engraving, cutting, tapping, drilling, etc.

Quality control & After-sale service

Quality control: 

We will provide all documents as you need such as inspection report, material report, etc. To meet your quality requirements of products and parts.
After-sale service:
If the parts have any quality problems when you got them, no matter it happened when we made them or caused by the delivery, we will try best to help you to solve the problems and take our part of responsibility, so you will be free from worries.

1. How to Inquiry?
Just send us an enquiry to our Emails or leave your messages, we will try best to reply with you within 1 hour.
2. What information should I give to you for inquiry?
Please send us your drawings such as PDF , IGS, Step files or samples ,and tell us your detailed requirements such as material ,tolerance, surface treatments and the quantity you need, etc.
3. How I know I can buy the good quality from you?
We will make 100% full inspection and provide the inspection reports.
4. Can I get a sample in advance to check the quality?
Samples are available .We can make samples for you around 7 days, once samples are confirmed, mass production will be arranged immediately after your authorization.
5. How can I know my order are going without visiting your company?
We will make the schedule for each order and send you photos of the machining progress.
6. How long is your delivery time?
Normally it is according to quantity and difficulty of the projects, we will show it in our quotation.
7. The future of 3D printing
Many people believe 3D printing will herald not merely a tidal wave of brash, plastic gimmicks but a revolution in manufacturing industry and the world economy that it drives. Although 3D printing will certainly make it possible for us to make our own things, there's a limit to what you can achieve by yourself with a cheap printer and a tube of plastic. The real economic benefits are likely to arrive when 3D printing is universally adopted by big companies as a central pillar of manufacturing industry. First, that will enable manufacturers to offer much more customization of existing products, so the affordability of off-the-shelf mass-production will be combined with the attractiveness of one-off, bespoke artisan craft. Second, 3D printing is essentially a robotic technology, so it will lower the cost of manufacturing to the point where it will, once again, be cost-effective to manufacture items in North America and Europe that are currently being cheaply assembled (by poorly paid humans) in such places as China and India. Finally, 3D printing will increase productivity (since fewer people will be needed to make the same things), lowering production costs overall, which should lead to lower prices and greater demand—and that's always a good thing, for consumers, for manufacturers, and the economy.
8.What is 3D printing/ printer?
3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing (AM), refers to processes used to create a three-dimensional object in which layers of material are formed under computer control to create an object. Objects can be of almost any shape or geometry and are produced using digital model data from a 3D model or another electronic data source such as an Additive Manufacturing File (AMF) file. STL is one of the most common file types that 3D printers can read. Thus, unlike material removed from a stock in the conventional machining process, 3D printing or AM builds a three-dimensional object from computer-aided design (CAD) model or AMF file by successively adding material layer by layer.
The term "3D printing" originally referred to a process that deposits a binder material onto a powder bed with inkjet printer heads layer by layer. More recently, the term is being used in popular vernacular to encompass a wider variety of additive manufacturing techniques. United States and global technical standards use the official term additive manufacturing for this broader sense. ISO/ASTM52900-15 defines seven categories of AM processes within its meaning: binder jetting, directed energy deposition, material extrusion, material jetting, powder bed fusion, sheet lamination and vat photopolymerization.
From hand-made prototypes to rapid prototyping
Before there were such things as computer-aided design (CAD) and lasers, models and prototypes were laboriously carved from wood or stuck together from little pieces of card or plastic. They could take days or even weeks to make and typically cost a fortune. Getting changes or alterations made was difficult and time-consuming, especially if an outside model-making company was being used, and that could discourage designers from making improvements or taking last-minute comments onboard: "It's too late!"
With the arrival of better technology, an idea called rapid prototyping (RP) grew up during the 1980s as a solution to this problem: it means developing models and prototypes by more automated methods, usually in hours or days rather than the weeks that traditional prototyping used to take. 3D printing is a logical extension of this idea in which product designers make their own rapid prototypes, in hours, using sophisticated machines similar to inkjet printers.