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Custom Cnc Lathe Milling Machining Aluminium 3d Rapid Prototyping Parts Anodized on 2040-parts.com

US $25.00
Location:

CIXI,ZheJiang 315313, China

CIXI,ZheJiang 315313, China
Condition:New Country/Region of Manufacture:China

Welcome enquiry.

We will quote to you according to your 3D and  2D drawing.

All display pictures are a prototype sample, not for sale .


MOQ is 1 piece

 

Item Name

 jig and fixturetest equipment  parts Prototype,cnc aluminium prototyping,

 precision machining parts, precision components processing ,3D Printing, Rapid prototyping.

 

Material Available

Aluminiummagnaliumzinc alloycopper (Cu),

ABS - Acrylonitrile-butdiene-styrene,

ESD  ABS ,

Flame Retadant ABS,

PMMA - Polymethyl Methacrylate,(Arylic),

PC–Polycarbonate ,

PA - polyamide (Nylon,

PA6+30%GF(PA6+ 30% glass fiber),

POM -Polyoxymethylene,

PP -Polypropylene,

PET/PETP -polyethylene terephthalate,

Bakelite,

Resin.

Surface Finish& Color

Anodized,nickel electroless plating,Plating,painted;dyed

Can be painted;or can be dyed

Molding process

CNC milling, CNC turning, CNC boring , cnc planning, grinding , drilling,WEDM etc.

Data

3D and 2D Drawing.

 Precision

+/-0.02mm


ALUMINIUM

COPPER&BRASS

ABS

 PA6 +30%GF

 

 

 



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