Clinching nut/ turning part/ turned accessories/ turning components/ turned services
custom clinching nut/ OEM clinching nut
Material-carbon steel 12L14
Size: 0.65"Dia x 0.4"L
MaiJin Metal in Office Add: 10F, 9 Building Block B, Bao Neng Science and Technology Park, NO.1 Qing Xiang Rd, Long Hua District, Shen Zhen City, China.
Factory Add: No.5 East Gate Wei Hua Industrial Park, Xiang Hao Rd, Tie Song village, Qing Xi Town, Dong Guan City, China.
Main products Best Clinching FactoryPrice-MaiJin Metal
The product has been a focus in the field, becoming more competitive.
Main products Professional Clinching manufacturers
Our products are sourced by BMW, Ford and Bosch
OEM/ODM services | 24-hour response time | ISO 9001:2015-certified
ISO 9001:2015-certified 24-hour response time
What is the smallest part you can make? What is the largest part you can make?
The short answer is “it depends.” Things like your needs, part complexity, the type of manufacturing, and many other factors are at play. In general, we can machine parts with minor outside diameters (ODs) as small as 2mm (0.080”) and major ODs as large as 200mm (8”). If you’re looking for help nailing down those factors, we encourage you to contact our technical sales staff early in the design cycle so we can review your part and provide insight and assistance.
What's the difference between a lathe, a screw machine, a truning center, and a CNC lathe?
In its simplest form, a lathe is a machine that can make turned parts from bar stock, but has no milling capability. Screw machines, turning centers, and CNC lathes are lathes that have the ability to turn and mill parts. Turning centers and Swiss lathes can typically make more complicated parts than screw machines, and are better-suited for parts with tight engineering tolerances. Swiss lathes tend to be better for small, thin, and long parts than screw machines and turning centers.
Are you ISO certified?
Yes! We are ISO9001:2015 certified.