BATCH PRODUCTION SERVICE
WHY CHOOSE THINK3D FOR
There are a number of advantages to using batch production. It generally has lower capital costs. It has the flexibility to produce a variety of different product variations, or different products. Our facility is equipped with entire range of Batch production services like CNC machining, CNC routing, Laser cutting, Injection molding, Vacuum casting and have a passionate team to serve you.
TECHNOLOGIES WE HAVE IN-HOUSE
think3D has one CNC-Milling , CNC-Turning , Wire EDM (WEDM), Die-sinking EDM machines in-house. With these high precision machines, think3D can offer, a wide range of machined parts using a wide variety of cutting tools to create the final design.
Below are few samples 3D Prints printed using CNC machining
think3D has CNC Router and Laser cutting machines of various resolutions and build volumes in-house. With these machines, think3D can offer a wide range of products using a wide variety of cutting tools to create 3D Printing solutions to customers across various industries.
Below are few sample 3D Prints printed using CNC Routing & Laser cutting Service
think3D has three Injection molding machines in-house. Those are Horizontal Injection molding, Vertical Injection molding and Desktop Injection molding. With these high precision machines, think3D can offer, a wide range of designed products.
Below are few sample 3D Prints printed using Injection Molding!
think3D has one Vacuum Casting machine in-house to offer various casting service to create high quality parts in a wide range of resins as well as high quality wax investment casting masters.
Below are few sample 3D Prints printed using DMLS technology!
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Batch production is a method whereby the components of an item are produced in separate stages on separate machines to create different batches of products. Using CNC machines for batch production can streamline the workflow because of the reliability, accuracy, and speed of CNC-based manufacturing.
- Electronics Parts Manufacturing.
- Engraving Machine Applications.
- Machining Composites.
- 5 Axis Machining.
- Dental Milling Applications.
- Micro Hole Drilling.
- Machining Aluminum.
- Machining Plastics.
A computer numerical control (CNC) router is a computer-controlled cutting machine related to the hand-held router used for cutting various hard materials, such as wood, composites, aluminium, steel, plastics, glass, and foams. Automation and precision are the key benefits of CNC router tables.
There are basically five different types of CNC machines:
- CNC Plasma Cutting Machine.
- CNC Laser Cutting Machine.
- CNC Milling Machine.
- CNC Router Machine.
- CNC Lathe Machine.
Injection molding is a manufacturing process in which parts are produced by injecting material in liquid form into a mold. It is most commonly performed with thermoplastic polymers, but can be used with a variety of other materials to include metals and glass.
Injection molding machines are able to process two or more different plastics at the same time. The initial creation of a mold can be expensive. For this reason, large production runs using plastic machining can cost up to 25 times more than plastic injection molding.
The pressure on the face of the injection screw or ram when injecting material into the mold, usually expressed in PSI.
There are two primary types of plastics: thermosets and thermoplastics. The main difference between these two types of plastics is that thermosets permanently cure.
A wide variety of finishes are available for vacuum castings. Pigments/tints in the resins, bead blast, painting, surface textures, vacuum metalising, electroplating.
Short batch production, or when both aesthetics and functionality are required. Clear parts and also rubbers of varying Shore A harnesses can be produced using this process. There is no need for hard tooling with this process, so huge cost savings can be achieved if the quantities are suitable.
There are three main types of lasers used in laser cutting. The CO2 laser is suited for cutting, boring, and engraving. The neodymium (ND) and neodymium yttrium-aluminum-garnet (ND-YAG) lasers are identical in style and differ only in application. ND is used for boring and where high energy but low repetition are required. The ND-YAG laser is used where very high power is needed and for boring and engraving. Both CO2 and ND/ ND-YAG lasers can be used for welding.