In the realm of precision engineering and manufacturing, the production of small CNC turning parts and casting of stainless steel flange non-standard parts represents a fascinating convergence of technology and craftsmanship. This article delves into the various aspects of this intricate process, including the materials used, drawing formats, production processes, surface roughness considerations, treatments applied, inspection instruments employed, and the wide-ranging applications of these specialized components.
Stainless steel, renowned for its corrosion resistance, durability, and aesthetic appeal, is the primary material employed in the creation of flange non-standard parts. The specific grade of stainless steel selected depends on the intended application, environment, and load-bearing requirements. Common stainless steel grades used include 304, 316, and 17-4 PH, each with its distinct properties that cater to different needs.
The foundation of any successful manufacturing process lies in the precision of engineering drawings. These drawings serve as a blueprint, guiding the production of CNC turning and casting processes. Drawings typically encompass detailed dimensions, tolerances, material specifications, surface finishes, and other essential information. They can be created using computer-aided design (CAD) software and are shared in universally recognized formats like DWG, DXF, or PDF.
Computer Numerical Control (CNC) turning is a sophisticated process used to shape and create cylindrical parts. In this process, a CNC lathe rotates the workpiece while cutting tools remove material to achieve the desired shape and dimensions. The precision and repeatability of CNC turning make it ideal for crafting intricate components with tight tolerances.
Casting involves pouring molten metal into a mold to create a specific shape upon solidification. Stainless steel flange non-standard parts are created using investment casting, also known as the lost-wax casting method. This approach allows for intricate designs and fine details, making it suitable for complex parts with irregular geometries.
Surface roughness plays a crucial role in the functionality and aesthetics of the final product. Small CNC turning parts and cast stainless steel flange non-standard parts often require precise surface finishes to meet functional requirements and enhance visual appeal. Techniques such as polishing, grinding, and electropolishing are applied to achieve desired levels of smoothness and shine.
Quality control is paramount in the manufacturing process to ensure that each part meets the desired specifications. Various inspection instruments are used to validate dimensions, tolerances, surface finish, and material integrity. These include coordinate measuring machines (CMMs), optical comparators, surface roughness testers, and ultrasonic flaw detectors.
Small CNC turning parts and cast stainless steel flange non-standard parts find applications in a wide array of industries. These include, but are not limited to:
TORICH is an enterprise that has been producing precision steel pipes and steel pipe processing for over 20 years, with a factory area of approximately 20000 square meters
The main products produced are carbon steel and alloy steel grade seamless steel pipes, welded precision steel pipes, DOM steel pipes, seamless and welded stainless steel pipes.And our separate workshop also produce machined cast iron parts and cast steel parts, as well ad customized precision parts and difficult precision parts. Our strength is with in our ability to produce metal parts of higher quality control in an integrated process, from mapping and mould design, to casting, forging, machining, heat treatment, surface treatment, assembly and testing.
TORICH team is familiar with the quality requirements and process standards of precision parts and steel tubes of leading industrial companies at home and abroad, constantly optimizes the production and management level, and constantly looks for like-minded excellent suppliers, which enable us to reduce the production cost and have a comparative advantage over many of our competitors.
In the field of processing, TORICH has 18 sets 4-axis/3-axis CNC machines and over 30 sets of CNC lathers. The machining center is capable of machining 1100x600x800mm parts and the CNC lathes are capable of processing 550x1500mm parts. We specialize in machining stainless steel, alloy steel and other hard metals, as well as carbon steel, aluminium, and copper, with a dimensional accuracy of 0.01mm.
As of 2023, TORICH has perfectly cooperated with more than 50 countries, including Russia, India, Australia, the United Kingdom, France, the United States, Canada, Brazil, and Egypt. Quality and reputation are always our first concerns, with the aim of well serving every customer who trusts in us. TORICH looks forward to partnering with customers all over the world.
1. Are you manufacturer or trader ?
TORICH is manufacturer based trading company.
2. How can we get samples ?
Ready to ship samples can be delivered within 3 working days, developing samples need to be confirmed with our engineer and sales team.
3.How can I get a quote?
Detailed drawings (PDF/STEP/IGS/DWG...) with material, quantity and surface treatment information.
4. Can I get a quote without drawings?
Sure, we appreciate to receive your samples, pictures or drafts with detailed dimensions for accurate quotation.
5. What is the lead time?
15-60 day depending on different order quantity and products.
6. Can you provide samples before mass production?
Sure, sample fee is needed, will be returned when mass production if possible.
7. What is your payment terms?
30% deposit, the balance 70% before shipping.
8. What is your packing method?
Safty and strong packing suitable for sea shipping and air shipping.
9. What will you do if we receive poor quality parts?
Please kindly send us the pictures, our engineers will find the solutions and remake them for you asap.