Market Overview of CNC
Aerospace components typically have extremely stringent precision requirements. With our years of accumulated experience and advanced processes, we ensure the rapid delivery of flawless, compliant aerospace parts.
In terms of quality, pricing, and manufacturing speed, Shared-Factory always seeks the best solutions and processes to ensure that your products are manufactured at the most competitive prices, the fastest speeds, and the highest quality.
We prioritize quality and ensure that components meet specifications. Shared-Factory, certified with ISO 2768 and ISO 9001:13485, is equipped with various advanced inspection instruments and a team of professional quality inspectors. Quality checks are conducted at every stage of the manufacturing process to ensure the quality of the parts.
Global Delivery: Regardless of your location, we will deliver the parts to your specified destination. You won't be responsible for any customs or transportation matters; you just need to receive the parts at home.
Shared-Factory has a team of expert engineers from various fields, with each client assigned a dedicated engineer who is ready to optimize designs, reduce costs, and enhance quality at any time. We believe in our team's ability to provide excellent recommendations and unparalleled engineering support.
Prototyping marks the early stages of aerospace component development. At this phase, you need to test your design, make design changes when necessary, and select appropriate materials for your aerospace components.
Carbon fiber refers to high-strength, high-modulus fibers with a carbon content of over 90%. It stands out as one of the top-performing materials in high-temperature resistance among all synthetic fibers. Carbon fibers are produced by subjecting precursor materials made from acrylic and viscose fibers to high-temperature oxidation and carbonization processes. They are considered excellent materials for manufacturing high-tech equipment, including aerospace and aviation technologies.
Primary Application Industries: Aerospace industry, automotive, sports equipment.
Subtypes:Garolite G-10 (FR4), Garolite G-11 (FR5),Garolite LE (Phenolic)
|Anodizing||Improves wear resistance, and corrosion resistance and protects the metal surface. It also improves material hardness.||Aluminum||Clear, black, grey, red, blue, and gold.||Smooth, matte||n/a|
|Powder Coating||It is a protective finish that improves resistance to corrosion, chemical, abrasion, and detergents. This surface finish also improves production efficiency and is quite cost-effective.||Aluminum, Stainless Steel, Steel|
Black, any RAL code or Pantone number
Gloss or semi-gloss
|Electroplating||Forms a protective barrier, improving material heat resistance. It also makes the material more resistant to impact and shocks.|
Aluminum, Steel, Stainless Steel
|Bead blasting||Bead blasting leaves materials looking smoother, shinier, and cleaner. It has been used on a wider range of materials, including metals, plastic, rubber, and glass.|
Aluminum, Stainless Steel, Thermoplastics
Passivation helps reduce corrosion, oxidation, and mild chemical attack on stainless steel.
It also helps improve the aesthetics of this metal.
Stainless Steel, Aluminum, Titanium
Yellow, clear blue, green, black
Smooth, matte, semi-gloss
|Heat treatment makes part welding easier and improves the material’s mechanical properties, strength, and flexibility. It also improves brittleness and wear resistance.|
Titanium, Aluminum, Stainless Steel
|Faint yellow, brown, straw||Smooth, matte|
At Shared-Factory, we enhance the productivity of various aerospace components. Common aerospace applications we undertake include:
Market Overview of CNC
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