| Other Finishing Touches

A chamfer is a beveled edge that is often cut at a 45° angle to remove sharp edges and provide a smoother transition. It is typically created on the edge of a hole. On the other hand, a bevel is a sloping edge that connects two principal faces. The main difference is that a chamfer is specifically angled to break a sharp edge, while a bevel is a sloping edge between two faces.

| Chamfer

A chamfer is a beveled edge often cut at a 45° angle to break sharp edges on a hole or as a result of a deburring operation. It is commonly used to remove sharp edges or splinters, especially in metalworking. The most common form of chamfer is typically at a 45° angle.

| Bevel

A chamfer is a beveled edge typically cut at a 45° angle to break sharp edges or remove splinters on a hole or object. It is limited to a specific portion of the edge. On the other hand, a bevel is an angled face that extends across the entire edge, reducing a square edge to a sloping edge. It creates an angled edge rather than a broken corner.

| Tapping

We offer thread tapping production as part of our CNC precision machining services. This includes CNC milling and CNC turning for a wide range of applications, such as metal and plastic hardware, electronic components, automotive and motorcycle parts, sanitary equipment, electrical and air power tools, computer parts, outer case plates, and secondary machining processes in press machines. Thread tapping is widely used across various industries. To enhance our tapping capacity, we utilize multi-spindle devices, interchangeable disks, and index disks.

| Sandblasting

Sandblasting involves propelling abrasive particles through a high-pressure stream of compressed air to treat metal workpiece surfaces. It can be used to smooth rough surfaces, roughen smooth surfaces, shape surfaces, or remove contaminants. Sandblasting finds wide application in various industries, including automotive, metal manufacturing, foundry, aviation, shipbuilding, and the production of welded structures.