The company has passed ISO9001:2015 certification, and has been recognized by many customers for its excellent quality.
The company has been committed to the development, optimization and improvement of manufacturing technology, and has obtained ten patent certificates.
The company has injection molding machines, CNC machining centers, precision CNC lathes, as well as gold-plated and silver-plated production lines.
The company continues to improve in order to ensure the interests of customers and fully meet customer product needs.
Founded in 2005, WinWay is a Hong Kong based enterprise, which is located in Changan Town, Dongguan City.
WinWay focuses on providing you with precision machining, precision tooling, etching lid, precision hardware, precision mechanical, metal injection, precision metal, CNC precision, Precision Plating, CNC parts, Optical Communication Parts and Precision Medical Parts, high-mix/small-volume and Low-mix/high-volume manufacturing services.
Precision CNC milling is used in several industries and has become a popularized solution for thousands of companies. Custom Designing (Prototypes), Industrial and OEM, Recreation, Maintenance, Services, Electronics, Commercial Services, Aerospace, Medicine, Telecommunications, And More.
Precision machinists work with a variety of materials such as bronze, glass, graphite, plastics, steel, and other metals. Depending on the size of the project and the materials involved, various precision machining tools and techniques will be used. Machinists must, then, be well-versed and experiences with these different processes and equipment. They may use any combination of drill presses, grinders, lathes, milling machines, saws, and even high-speed robotics to get a job done.
They can perform precise machining of complex shapes and produce three-dimensional products from a single piece of raw material. The greatest advantage of CNC is its ability to replicate its results. This enables manufacturers to produce as many products as they desire, with near perfect duplication.
An auto parts manufacturer can use a CNC-enabled machine to create an engine part from a block of raw material such as stainless steel or aluminum. A woodworking shop can use a CNC-enabled lathe to produce a decorative custom door or to re-create handcrafted antique building elements such as molding or trim. A cabinet and countertop fabricator may use CNC technology to carve a drip reservoir in a marble countertop; a glass artist could use it to etch a portrait or landscape scene onto a mirror or glass door panel.
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Precision machining is a process that removes excess, raw material from a work-piece, while holding close tolerance finishes, to create a finished product. ... This process involves cutting, milling, turning, and electrical discharge machining, and is generally performed using Computer Numerical Control (CNC) equipment.
Using Computer Numerical Control (CNC), the metal piece is positioned on a conveyor between the punch above and the die beneath to perform the cutting action. Punched metal may leave burrs around the edges that need to be smoothed in a secondary finishing operation, but overall the cut itself is precise.
CNC (or Computer Numerical Control) Precision Machining is a widely used technique for producing a variety of complex parts and components with a high degree of accuracy. Help cut the costs associated with manufacturing parts with complex curved geometries.
CNC machines work by following co-ordinates along axis. Basic machines move along one or two axis, but advanced machines, and those creating 3D items, will move along three axis. The machine’s tools follow thousands of co-ordinates, cutting and shaping as they move.
CNC machines are used in industrial processes that necessitate removal of metal from materials. This is most often used in car manufacturing for gears, shafts and other components. CNC machines are also used in processes which require creation of threaded, rectangular, square and rounded shapes.