Rapid prototyping is a group of techniques used to quickly fabricate a scale model of a physical part or assembly using three-dimensional computer aided design (CAD) data.Construction of the part or assembly is usually done using 3D printing or “additive layer manufacturing” technology.
Injection molding is a manufacturing process for producing parts from thermoplastic or thermoset plastic materials. The process begins with heating the material to a molten state then forcing it into a shaped cavity. Injection molding is used to make various parts, including small disposable items and large & complex components. The main advantages of injection molding are its ability to produce large quantities of parts quickly and accurately. In addition, its ability to create complex shapes that would be difficult or impossible to make with other manufacturing processes sets it apart from the rest.
With the development of science and technology, more and more technologies have been invented to manufacture various products or parts, of which 3D printing technology is one of them. At present, the products that can be manufactured by 3D printing technology have been widely used in various industries.
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As one of the manufacturing methods of products and components, aluminum extrusion can be classified as “equal material” or forming manufacturing. This manufacturing process is different from 3D printing and CNC machining.It does not increase or decrease raw materials during the manufacturing process. Aluminum alloy is the most common material used for aluminum extrusion, because aluminum alloy is extremely malleable, allowing it to be easily extruded in a variety of desired cross-sectional shapes, and the extruded products and parts can still hold up well its mechanical properties of these extruded profiles can be greatly improved in strength and hardness as well as appearance even after specific surface treatments.
For customers who need mass production of metal products/hardware parts and cost control, die casting manufacturing is definitely a good choice. Like extrusion processing, die casting is also a form of “equal material” manufacturing or forming manufacturing. The difference is that die casting requires the metal raw materials are first melted and then injected into the die-casting machine. After being formed in a high-temperature and high-pressure dies/molds, they are cooled, and some require secondary finishing like CNC machining and surface treatment. JHMOCKUP has accumulated more than decades of experience in die-casting manufacturing and dies design/mold design, and has helped a large number of customers from automotive parts, aerospace, consumer electronics manufacturers, precision instruments and other industries.