Low-Volume Metal and plastic products Manufacturing Service
Low-volume manufacturing is the way to go if you need quantities of finished parts ranging from a few hundred up to hundreds of thousands. If you only need a few parts or prototypes, you may want to consider one of our prototyping services. At Kang Ding, we work with you every step of the way, from initial project review and quotation to inspection and delivery. So contact our friendly team to get a free quote for your next project today.
What Is Low-Volume Manufacturing?
Low volume manufacturing is a specialized service offering full production-quality parts but in volumes usually limited to 100,000 pieces or fewer, depending on the process used. This is an increasingly popular option for many product categories, allowing for a more limited investment in tooling and materials while providing quick access to markets, rapid response to shorter product life cycles and as a bridge between initial prototypes and high-volume production.
Advantages Of Low-Volume Manufacturing
How can low-volume manufacturing help you and your business? Here are just some of the ways:
Low-Volume Manufacturing Services
Plastic Injection Molding
Plastic injection molding is ideal for making thousands of plastic part copies. We have a wide range of plastic material available.
Metal 3D Printing
We use the advanced Renishaw AM250 to offer 3D metal printing in titanium, aluminum, maraging steel and stainless steel.
Pressure Die Casting
Pressure die casting is used to make copies of cast parts in aluminum, zinc or magnesium. Molds are made in-house from H-13 steel using CNC machining and EDM/wire EDM.
Using our imported 3, 4 and 5-axis CNC machining centers, our skilled machinists can make CNC milled and turned parts in a range of materials.
Get Your Low-Volume Project Started Today
When you send us your 3D CAD files, our technicians will evaluate your requirements and advise the best combination of services to meet your expectations for price, quality and time to market. It’s without obligation, so contact us today for a free quote!
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