It goes without saying that quality is vital to the success of any manufacturing project. When it comes to rapid manufacturing the importance is magnified due to the need to get it right the first time. At JTC we employ many different quality control measures to ensure your rapid project not only gets done on time but also meets your stated specs. Below is a quick snapshot showing the steps involved in making your rapid parts.
First, we need to receive your 3D drawings (stp, step, igs, iges format), and quote according to your quantity, material, surface finish and other requirements.
Before the mold is assembled into the injection molding machine, the drawing needs to be programmed so that we can clearly see the process of the material entering the mold for further adjustment and modification.
After the mold is completed, it is assembled into the injection molding machine. During the injection process, we will check whether the machine is operating normally (or abnormal), make some necessary tool adjustments and generate a new sample.
After the sample has been surface treated according to the customer's specified requirements, the size will be checked again.
The last step is to check whether the mold needs to be adjusted according to the analysis of the sample, and test whether the sample meets the previous requirements.
After the samples have been tested to meet the preliminary requirements, the samples can be packaged and transported.