Supported by professional technical team, our cnc plastic machining prototype receive much more high reputation than before. 2.
The product has no potential risks of electrical shock. It has passed ground continuity testing which can prevent unsuitable current from creating and flows to the earth. 3.
The space with this product tends to have an open and spacious feel, and it's easy to keep clean.
In 1892,British physicist Sir James invented Kettle. Now it has become the most commonly used household appliances. There is huge potential of development for the kettles. So many companies change different designs of this product to attract their customers. Clients choose us to make the prototype for their design by CNC Machining .
How to make the kettle prototype?
CNC Machining: Before machining,our engineers will make CNC programs as per the 3D drawings. Then we will machine it by CNC to make a pattern.
Surface Finish: When all parts finished by CNC, we will polish the prototype parts to be smooth and assemble the parts together.
Painting: We will paint the parts according to client’s Pantone Number.
UV curing: After painting, we will add one more process, UV curing to make the painted surface more strong & beautiful.
QC: After surface finished, we will check the prototypes carefully as per client’s 3d and 2d files. If everything is OK, we will assemble all the separated parts to be a complete product.
Tuowei takes the lead in manufacturing high-quality cnc plastic machining prototype in the market. 2.
We have an excellent customer service team. They have deep customer insight. They understand how to help clients make the right choice, what clients actually need, and how to get closer to customers. 3.
We formulate plans on environmental protection, energy and resources conservation. We bring in infrastructure that mainly disposes of wastewater and waste gases. Besides, we will have strict control over resources use. We work with our clients to implement measures to mitigate and adapt to the effects of climate change, as well as identify and manage the risks of natural disasters. Call!