Auto Industry

Manufacturing on Custom Demand for the Auto Industry

The development of the automobile industry relies on cnc auto parts processing and custom auto parts prototyping. Looking ahead, the automotive industry is expected to continue to update every year with a focus on electric energy saving, autonomous driving technology, and shared Internet capabilities. With the global economic integration, international automotive R&D companies and manufacturers are streamlining the supply chain and controlling production costs. As a result, certain aspects of auto parts procurement, automobile parts processing, and automobile parts prototyping are being outsourced to China. In the future, China will provide more support services to the global automotive industry. Since 2018, DMTC has been providing customers with custom auto parts processing and prototyping services, assisting the advancement of the automobile industry.

When it comes to custom auto parts processing and automobile parts prototyping, multiple processes are usually required. This usually involves CNC boring, milling, and grinding to achieve tight tolerances up to +/- 0.005mm and surface finishes up to Ra 0.8.

Why choose to machine cnc auto parts at DMTC:

Quality Assurance: As one of the custom auto parts suppliers in China, we are certified to ISO 9001:2015 and IATF 16949:2016. For every order, we always offer many documents for each order, such as CoCs, material certifications, material and process lot traceability, full dimensional reports, inspection reports, and delivery tracking information.

Customization options: At DMTC, you can choose from a range of customization options to ensure the cnc auto parts. This includes custom materials and finishes. To ensure that each component is designed precisely to meet the needs of the auto application.

Ability to do delicate work: The goal of automotive parts is high-performance parts, and for the mass production of cnc auto parts, DMTC engineers considered the impact of manufacturing processes on material and assembly costs, including branding and customization capabilities.

Automobile parts manufacturing and processing technology

In custom auto parts manufacturing, there are a variety of technologies that can be used to manufacture different custom auto parts, such as CNC machining, sheet metal stamping, and injection molding.

CNC machining

CNC machining is used to manufacture a variety of cnc auto parts, including engine components, cylinder heads, pistons, crankshafts, transmission components, gears, shafts, suspension components, control arms, bushings, brackets, and mounts.

CNC machining is highly accurate and can produce custom auto parts with tight tolerances and complex geometries. It is suitable for producing low-volume prototypes and parts. In addition, CNC machining is versatile and can process a variety of metals, including aluminum, steel, and titanium, making it possible to manufacture durable and high-performance cnc auto parts.

Sheet metal stamping

Sheet metal stamping is used to produce a variety of custom auto parts, including body panels, hoods, doors, fenders, frame rails, floors, brackets, hinges, and other sheet metal parts.

Sheet metal stamping is beneficial to the production of custom auto parts because it can produce parts with high strength, rigidity, and dimensional accuracy. It has high production rates and can produce large, complex parts while minimizing material waste. In addition, sheet metal auto parts can be easily coated, painted, or welded to meet specific automotive design requirements.

Die Casting

Die casting involves injecting molten metal, usually aluminum or zinc alloy, into a steel mold cavity under high pressure. The molten metal fills the mold cavity, solidifies, and the part is then ejected from the mold. Die casting is used to produce a variety of custom auto parts, including cylinder heads, engine blocks, housings, clutch covers, brackets, and connectors.

Materials and surface treatment of automotive parts:

DMTC offers a range of materials and post-processing operations for you to choose from to help you get the automotive parts and prototypes you need.

They commonly used metal materials: aluminum alloy, zinc alloy, brass, carbide, copper, magnesium alloy, stainless steel, and steel, etc.

Available plastic materials: ABS, PC, POM, PMMA, PEEK, carbon fiber, PET, PP, PA, and other customized materials to suit different processes and requirements

Surface treatment: Automotive parts are often subjected to post-processing operations after machining. These processes significantly enhance the specific properties of these machined parts, including their functionality and visual appeal. Common surface treatments: Anodizing /Passivation /Painting /Polishing/Sandblasting /Electroplating /Powder coating /Heat treatment /Silk screen printing.

As an ISO 9001:2015 and IATF 16949:2016 certified manufacturer, DMTC serves automotive customers worldwide, including Germany, Japan, the United States, and multiple European and Asian countries. Our services range from custom auto parts processing to custom automotive prototypes. With advanced processing equipment such as 5-axis machining centers and CNC lathes, our experienced experts can meet your needs for prototype customization and mass production. At DMTC, we put quality first and strictly adhere to the ISO 9001:2015 quality management system standards in every production process. Send your 3D file to get an instant quote and experience our excellent processing capabilities!

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