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Charlotte, North Carolina, United States

Charlotte, North Carolina, United States
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We wish to be your long term partner~

Do you still trying to find a machine shop to do the neat projects? Do you still worried about the deliver time? Do you still afraid of the expansive quotes?

Here is where we come into play. We are specialized in high precision CNC machine, wire EDM, grinding, etc. We will impress you with our high precision machining, we will shock you with our low prize quote, and we will attract you with our flashing deliver speed. All the parts will be machined and delivered from China, but we will ensure your products with China precision and China speed. We do offer 2-3 days international shipping with a really low prize, check the prize with us about your specific parts.

The way it works:
Pay $0.99 for one quote and contact me through ebay and I will be more than happy to give you the quote. If you would like to go ahead for machining, we will send you an invoice through Paypal. After we receive your payment we will start working on your projects with the a certain deliver time you agreed with.

We do also work on high precision 3D plastic (ABS, PE, Nylon, etc) parts, and also 3D printing metal parts (Al). Please see my other posts for detail.

Interior Motives Design Conference 2006

Thu, 22 Jun 2006 00:00:00 -0700

A warm and sunny London was the venue for the second Design Conference organised by the UK-based magazine Interior Motives. The conference took place June 7-8 at the Museum in Docklands near Canary Wharf in the heart of the revitalized docklands area to the east of London and was enjoyed by around one hundred delegates from the international automotive design community.The two-day summit was chaired by educators from two design schools, as a way of deliberately promoting neutral yet informed discussions from the panel. Matteo Conti, Programme Leader of Transportation Design at Northumbria University introduced the speakers on the first day, while on day two Dave Muyres and Geoff Wardle from Art Center College of Design jointly chaired the session.

Peter Stevens and Julian Thomson lead a discussion on the past, present and future of car design

Fri, 24 May 2013 00:00:00 -0700

As part of its sponsorship of London's Clerkenwell Design Week, Jaguar and the Royal College of Art brought together three generations of the design school to discuss the past, present and possible future of car design. Held in a suitably grimy warehouse in east London – with the sculpture by RCA students Ewan Gallimore and Claire Mille's we showed you earlier this week sat outside – Professor Dale Harrow, dean of the School of Design and head of its Vehicle Design program introduced Professor Peter Stevens, Julian Thomson, Jaguar's advanced design director and Alexandra Palmowski project designer advanced colour and material at Jaguar took the audience through their careers. Charismatic as ever, Peter Stevens kicked off proceedings that moved chronologically through the decades by explaining how he first became interested in "the art if car design, allied to the science of how they work" through his artistic parents and uncle – journalist and motoring adventurer – Denis Jenkinson during the 1950s and 60s.

Bahrain Grand Prix: Vettel takes pole

Sat, 21 Apr 2012 00:00:00 -0700

Bahrain Grand Prix 2012 - Vettel on pole Sebastian Vettel puts his Red Bull on pole position for tomorrow’s F1 Grand Prix in Bahrain – the first Red Bull poll of 2012. After two years of Red Bull dominance in F1 – in particular by world champion Sebastian Vettel – the 2012 F1 season has been a bit of a shambles so far for the Red Bulls – certainly by their usual standards. But it looks like we may be back to business as normal in Bahrain with a pole position for Red Bull by Sebastian Vettel with team mate Mark Webber right behind him on the grid in third place.