Junying Metal Manufacturing Company Limited was set up in Dongguan City, China in 2002. Originally, it was a small work shop. By investments in technology, good marketing strategies and large factory space, Junying has gained fast growth in the past years.
We aim to supply our customers with high-quality non-ferrous cast products with the shortest delivery times. With more than 10 years’ experience and advanced manufacturing facilities, we offer our customers flexible services, innovative products and competitive prices.
Our components of assured qualities are used by many industries in the USA and Europe, including Electronics, Defence, Communications, Medical, Marine, Lighting, Furniture, High Security Locks and General Engineering. We can provide services and products including CNC machining, finishing and assembling of extrusion, metal stamping or high pressure die cast components for you.
Junying Die Casting is focused on providing high-quality aluminum die casting parts and zinc die casting parts for our customers. We are always striving for continuous improvement in all areas of our company. We have strict standards to ensure that our products are precise and meet the required specifications.
Junying has obtains ISO 9001:2015 Certificate with No.02817Q10485R0M. It’s important to have the complete support of our staffs to effectively implement our quality control policy. We emphasize the importance of quality to all of our employees so that they can produce excellent die castings. We use a quality assurance checklist for all of our products to effectively track, examine, and verify whether the produced die castings for our customers meet the necessary standards and requirements.
Coordinate measuring machine (CMM) is a measuring instrument that measures dimensions of parts by using three-dimensional points. The main principle of coordinate measuring machine is that the measured part is located inside the three-dimensional measuring space so that coordinate positions of every landmark on measured part can be realized. According to the spatial values of these points, geometry sizes, shapes and positions of measured parts can be worked out through calculation. The basic principle is acquiring discrete positions of spatial points of geometrical elements through the cooperation acquisition sensor (probe) and axis movement in the measuring space. Then, through mathematical calculation, analyze fitting of measured points (or point groups). Finally, restore measured geometrical elements and on such basis, work out deviation between measured value and theoretical value (nominal value). Then, the inspection of the measured parts is finished.
Composition of coordinate measuring machine:
1. Host mechanical system (X axis, Y axis and Z axis or others);
2. Probe system;
3. Electric control hardware system;
4. Data processing software system (measuring software);
5. Forward engineering: design–>manufacturing–>inspection.
Meaning of importing coordinate measuring machine:
1. Price of coordinate measuring machine ranges from 30,000 dollars to 130,000 dollars. Common corporations are unwilling to buy it. Only companies paying high attention to quality can buy this advanced measuring instrument.
2. The advantage of coordinate measuring machines is that it can measure hook surface which cannot be measured by caliper. When carrying out the rapid inspection on inner depth or corner, the detection accuracy can be controlled below 0.0001 inches.
3. Coordinate measuring machines can spot amounts of products quickly, increasing inspection frequency of quality control and highly reducing reject ratio.
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METAL MANUFACTURING CO., LTD (the “Recipient“).
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