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US $20.00
Location:

深圳, 广东省, China

深圳, 广东省, China
CNC machining, 3d printing, Vacuum Casting etc
Country/Region of Manufacture:China

Contact
gladyce Lin,skype: glady.lin
Drawings Form
igs,stp,stl,x-t
Payment Method
HK Bank, Paypal
Courier
DHL, Fedex
Services
CNC,Silicon Mold,3D printing,Injection moulding, sourcing
Material
1.Plastic(ABS,PC,PMMA,PVC,PET,POM,Nylon,etc)
2.Metal(Aluminum,SS304,Copper,Brass,etc)
3.Wood,other specialist materials
Surface Finish
Smooth,Polish,Painting, Silk Print,Sand blast,UV-off,Hot-stamping
Anodize,Laser etching,Drawbench,Texture,Rubber,etc
Superiority
1.high quality,especially fine surface treatment,high precision (0.05 -0.1mm)
2.reasonable price
3.fast lead time 3-7 days
Packaging
Generally-carton,wooden case,plastic foam,or as per clients' requirements
Product Range
Electric appliance,Toys,Hardware,Digital product,Auto Parts
Medical device, House appliances,etc

 

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