Parts Assembly

Plastic Parts Assembling China

LK Mould supports a full range of assemblies. We are your solution-oriented injection mold manufacturer from Dongguan/China. In addition to custom plastic injection molding and pressure die casting, we are offering a variety of assembly services in-house.

Our assembly processes add value to your parts and components and help speed up your overall production process. Our services include all requirements in the field of injection molding and injection mold making.

Custom Part Assembly Capabilities

Based on your project’s design, purpose, and requirements, we are able to provide you a suitable service, for tubing, molded parts, stamped parts, castings, and more. Assembly processes are performed manually or automatically, depending on the needs of the project.

Our Assembly options include:

  • Hinges,
  • Mechanical fasteners,
  • Bonding,
  • Welding,
  • Ultrasonic Welding,
  • Pad Printing,
  • and more

Parts Finishing Services

The product finish can provide durability, protection, and a decorative appearance, your plastic or metal part may benefit from certain finishing services, depending on your project’s requirements.

The finishing services that we provide are separated into Mechanical Finishing, Functional Finishing, Decorative Finishing and include:

  • Plating,
  • Painting,
  • Powder coating,
  • CNC machining,
  • Screen Printing,
  • Anodic Oxidation,
  • and more

At LK Mould, we perform our parts assembly services in a clean assembly room. Working in this more controlled, clean-critical environment ensures the high quality of our in-house assembly processes, and results in the best-finished products possible for our customers.

Our engineers are committed to providing you with products with perfect appearance. Various treatments such as oil spraying, pad printing, and anodizing are available, so we can achieve your desired appearance.

We use pad printing technology on the specified color, and CNC processed special aluminum template, this printing method can be applied to any flat and curved surface of the workpiece. Screen printing is more widely used.

Anodizing is a post-treatment method that uses electrochemical techniques to change the properties of metal surfaces. We provide aluminum alloy oxidation, magnesium alloy oxidation and titanium alloy oxidation services. The advantages of anodized surface treatment are many, it can enhance the corrosion resistance of the product, improve the surface hardness, and wear resistance, beautify the appearance, and enhance the adhesion of the pigment coating. Anodizing can effectively reduce electrical conductivity, help to dissipate heat, and reduce metal surface reflection.

Painting is a form of post-process for injection molding that adds colored coatings to injection molded plastic parts. In this activity, the finish is applied by spraying a color onto the surface finish of the plastic parts while they are still in a heated oven. This can be done by either an airless or a manual spray gun. This is usually done with an airless or manual spray gun in a controlled environment to avoid overspray and part damage which can occur when paint begins to dry. Some painters apply heat to the plastic parts before painting them, which improves adhesion and improves through-film drying time.

Yes. The other popular option is Plating where metal deposits are put onto the flat surfaces of plastic injection molded parts after they have cooled from being injected with molten plastic. The metal deposits help to improve the surface appearance and corrosion resistance of the part.The part is immersed in a pot containing flammable liquid, usually an organic solvent or hydrocarbon, while it is held in a vacuum container. The container is filled with pressurized gas which removes air bubbles from the liquid while also heating it to speed up deposition of the metal.

Yes. Ultrasonic welding is a common post-processing method that uses high-frequency sound waves to create a weld between two plastic parts. This process is often used to attach plastic parts together. Ultrasonic welding creates a strong, permanent bond and is ideal for plastic parts that require a high degree of precision. The process of ultrasonic welding involves applying high-frequency acoustic vibrations to the two plastic parts in a fixture. An ultrasonic horn vibrates between 20,000 and 40,000 times per second while maintaining slight contact with the plastic resin. This vibration produces friction and, in turn, enough heat to melt the injection unit. where friction causes them together through heat generated from vibration.

Plastic Parts Assembling

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Inquiry and Project Specifications

The customer sends us project specifications and requirements. This typically includes design files, material preferences, quantities, and any specific tolerances or quality standards.

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Design and Engineering Review

Our design and engineering team evaluates the project's feasibility and requirements. By working closely with you we will refine the design for manufacturability, cost-effectiveness, and functionality.

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Manufacturing and Quality Assurance

Once the design is finalized and approved, the manufacturing process begins. Stringent quality control measures are applied to ensure that each component meets the specified standards.

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Assembly and Delivery

The final step involves the assembling of individual components into the final product. After assembly and a final quality check, the products are carefully packaged and delivered to your specified location.

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