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What is Design for Manufacturing?

What is Design for Manufacturing? Design for Manufacturing (DFM) is the task of transforming an original product design or concept into one suitable for production or assembly. By incorporating design-for-manufacturing services early in the product development cycle, companies can significantly reduce the time and resources required for manufacturing, while retaining as much of the original design as possible. EMAIL: Call: 01 Principles and Advantages of Design for Manufacturing (DFM) Several key principles underpin the successful implementation of DFM: Simplicity in design Keeping product designs simple by minimising the number of parts and features has several advantages. Fewer components mean less…

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What is a Cobot?

What is a Cobot? Cobots, short for collaborative robots, are a type of robot designed to interact and work alongside humans in a shared workspace. Cobots are equipped with various safety features that allow them to operate in close proximity to humans without posing significant risks. These advanced robots represent a shift in industrial automation, where robots are not isolated from human workers but rather work alongside them to enhance productivity and efficiency. EMAIL: Call: 01 What are Cobots and How Do They Work? Cobots are robots specifically designed to work in direct cooperation with humans. They are equipped with…

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What is Deburring?

What is Deburring? Deburring is an essential finishing process in manufacturing that involves removing small imperfections, known as burrs, from metal parts. These burrs usually form during machining operations, such as cutting or grinding and can compromise the functionality and safety of the components. A professional deburring service improves the quality, reliability and appearance of the parts while eliminating sharp edges that could lead to premature failure through stress concentrations. It is particularly vital in industries like aerospace and automotive, where precision and safety are paramount. A variety of techniques, from manual hand deburring to automated machine systems, are employed…

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Understanding Electrophoretic Coating

Understanding Electrophoretic Coating Electrophoretic coating is an essential industrial process that bonds paint to metal surfaces using an electric current. Employed in numerous industries, including automotive and aerospace, electrophoretic coating provides intricate parts with an even coating that protects against corrosion. EMAIL: Call: What is Electrophoretic Coating? Electrophoretic coating, often known as EP-coating, e-coating or e-painting, is a method that uses electrical current to deposit a paint or coating onto a metal object. This process is widely used due to its efficiency, uniformity and exceptional corrosion resistance. Electrophoretic coating involves submerging the metal part into a water-based solution containing paint…

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Tube bending
Introduction to Tube Bending

Introduction to Tube Bending  Tube bending is a fundamental process in tube manipulation and for the fabrication of related structures and products. We explore the principles, methods and applications of tube bending, highlighting its importance and versatility in modern manufacturing processes. EMAIL: Call: What is Tube Bending? Tube bending is the process of shaping rigid metal tubes into various curves and angles to meet specific design requirements. There are varied methods of tube bending services, with many capable of being aided by computer numerical controlled (CNC) machinery to enhance repeatability and efficiency. This manufacturing method is crucial in industries such…

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