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Material machining

Introduction

CNC machining provides a long list of available materials for CNC prototypes and manufacturing parts, from hard metals such as stainless steel and titanium, to soft metals such as aluminum, copper, and brass, to plastics such as ABS, PC, and PA.

Silicon magnesium copper zinc iron. The increase and decrease of these elements will have a certain impact on the rapid prototyping performance, mechanical properties, and use performance.

Compared with CNC machining or 3D printing, injection molding has the most choices in terms of materials, colors, and configurations. The following are the materials YoYike provides for injection molding services.

Other features



ABS
Grade Process Delivery time Drawings Application
ABS cnc turning/CNC milling, rapid prototyping 3 days (expedited), 5-7 days (standard) 3D, stop, UG/3DMS programming Medical equipment parts, components, housings

Brass
Grade Process Delivery time Drawings Application
360 brass cnc turning/CNC milling, rapid prototyping 3 days (expedited), 5-7 days (standard) 3D, stop, UG/3DMS programming HF and UHF transmitter tubes, crossing catheters, magnetrons

Bronze
Grade Process Delivery time Drawings Application
932 bronze cnc turning/CNC milling, rapid prototyping 3 days (expedited), 5-7 days (standard) 3D, stop, UG/3DMS programming Used to make elastic components and wear-resistant parts

Titanium alloy
Grade Process Delivery time Drawings Application
Titanium Grade 5 cnc turning/CNC milling, rapid prototyping 3 days (expedited), 5-7 days (standard) 3D, stop, UG/3DMS programming Aerospace fasteners, engine parts, aircraft parts, marine applications

Surface treatment of die casting


Smooth

The A-level finish adopts a machining method that uses mechanical, chemical or electrochemical effects to reduce the surface roughness of the workpiece to obtain a bright and smooth surface.

SPI standard:

A1 A2 A3

Semi-gloss

Grade B finishes use coarse sandpaper to produce parts that are rougher than Grade A parts. Custom molded plastic parts that have undergone B-level finishing have a matte surface texture.

SPI standard:

B1 B2 B3

Matte finish

Grade C finishes use coarse sandstone to produce a rough, uneven surface. The C-level finished injection molded parts have a matte surface texture.

SPI standard:

C1 C2 C3

Textured

Class D finishes use gravel and dry glass beads or oxides to produce a very rough textured finish. Depending on the type of material used, the product can have a satin or matte finish.

SPI standard:

D1 D2 D3

3D printing post-machining


  • FDM

    Standard (no additional post-machining)

  • All surfaces must have a consistent visual appearance
  • Remove support structure
  • Remove excess support/building materials
  • All parts are printed with 3 outlines/peripheral shells or 1.2mm wall thickness
  • The minimum thickness of the top and bottom layers is 0.6 mm (6 layers, 100 microns)
  • SLA

    Standard (no additional post-machining)

  • The dimensional accuracy is ± 0.5%, and the lower limit is ± 0.15 mm
  • All support materials have been removed, and the support nibs are polished smooth
  • Excess resin must be drained from the hollow part.
  • For transparent resin, use polishing oil
  • Parts are fully cured to the material manufacturer’s specifications before shipment.
  • SLS/MJF

    Standard (no additional post-machining)

  • Remove all unmelted powder by bead spray (first time) and air spray (second time)
  • The air pressure range is 2-5 bar or 29-72.5 psi
  • Glass beads 70-110 microns in diameter
  • No additional post-machining required

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