JINGBANG AS YOUR CUSTOM Safety Nut Manufacturer
As a Safety Nut Manufacturer, JINGBANG offers a variety of manufacturing capabilities to help you customize fasteners based on your unique designs. When you provide us with a custom part print, we work with you to create anything from prototypes to runs of any size, including small runs.
JINGBANG’s Fastener Manufacturing Capabilities
JINGBANG’s fastener manufacturing capabilities include cutting, turning, milling, drilling, threading, surface grinding, finishing, laser cutting, forming, wire forming, and stamping.
Cutting is one of the most basic manufacturing capabilities, yet it produces one of the most important features on a part: precision sizing. which are programmed to cut to tight tolerances based on your specific dimensions.
Turning takes place on a lathe, which is a machine that spins the working part around a fixed tool. When you need custom elements integrated into your parts, we’ll work with you
Milling is accomplished on a mill, which is a machine that keeps the fastener stationary while tools move around it to shape and cut custom elements into the fastener. The mill utilizes many different tools to create a variety of features, including cutters with unique blades, inserts with different profiles, and drilling inserts.We have custom fixtures, pallets, and programs that allow us to modify dimensions, install steps and cutouts, drill or tap holes, deburr parts, and more in both short and long runs.
Drilling is a straightforward capability in which holes are drilled or tapped into a custom part.In many cases, your parts may require standard additions or alterations through the drilling process.
Threading can be done a variety of ways on either a mill or a lathe using processes that either remove or press materials to form internal or external threads.
Surface grinding is used to create precision tolerances for a variety of parts, including precision-cut machine keys like woodruff keys. Measurements are programmed into the surface grinder, which slowly grinds away the surface material until the desired dimensions are reached.
Our finishing process includes tumbling your parts to remove burrs and tighten tolerances. A rust inhibitor is also added as the parts are cleaned and dried to extend their shelf life. Our machine operators wear protective equipment throughout this process to prevent oil and impurities from contaminating your product.
When fasteners need to be cut in irregular or small shapes, laser cutting is a manufacturing capability used to achieve these results. Many types of washers are formed with this capability, but it is more commonly used to produce custom prototypes and specials, as parts are produced without creating custom dies or tooling.
Forming refers to a number of different processes that shape metals. These include:
Rolling – Placing the metal in between two rollers to form the desired shape.
Die Forming – Wrapping metal sheets around dies to form the desired shape.
Extruding – Pressing metal through a shaped die to form the desired shape.
Wire forming is used to create a variety of small fasteners and can be accomplished with several processes, like four-slides and CNC wire formers. It is used to make fasteners
Stamping is a cost-effective process used to create small fasteners – most notably washers – in large quantities with precision cuts. Standard washers like Bellevilles, flat washers, and fender washers, are made using this capability, but it also creates customized stamped shapes.
JINGBANG’s secondary processes modify fasteners without changing their shape. These include heat treating, plating, coating, and marking.
Heat treating increases a metal’s versatility by altering its hardness. Different heat treatments – including quenching, annealing, and baking – change the metal’s crystal structure in different ways to harden or soften the material. These options allow you to customize the metal to meet your needs.
Plating is a cost-effective process that deposits a layer of another material on top of the plain metal through submersion in a chemically or electrically charged solution. This causes the additional material to bind to the plain metal.
Similar to plating, coating provides finishes that offer additional benefits to the plain material, specifically corrosion resistance. Coatings are often applied by brush, immersion, dipping, powder, or chemical submersion.
Marking is an additional finishing element that allows you to imprint your branding, part numbers, or other identifying marks directly on your parts. Our marking systems can handle small lots or large runs of pieces and can be customized to fit your business needs.
you can pick and choose which services to utilize so you receive custom, personalized support for your individual business needs. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to our Sales Team.