Car light guide

Product name:
Car lamp shade
Material:
PMMA
Size:
450*160*55 (MM)
Processing:
five-axis machining
Surface treat:
Polishing transparent
Overall accuracy:
+-0.05MM
Optical surface:
R0.02MM
Roughness:
Ra0.02μm
Lead Time:
3-7 days
MOQ:
1 piece
Application:
automobile

Description

Rapid prototyping services

5-axis CNC machining for the complex surface area features, diamond-cutting tools can achieve top area quality, the minimum application can machine to R0. 1mm to properly present the designer’s optical details. So it’s not only the appearance of perfect but as well helps the optical designer to validate the luminosity. prototype light guide.

Possesses 3-axis, 4-axis and 5-axis engineering centers, we have the knowledge to machine very clear plastic-type parts without scars.

Split and bond solutions could respond to machining costs saving and machining limitations. The obvious bonding range on the flexible plastic surface can be wisely disguised . by a suitable splitting method and good finish. Car lights guide – prototype light guide project.

To ensure the delicate visibility for auto lenses, we all strictly process surface with great sand-polish, from shine paste to polish liquefied, to achieve the highest possible transparency on the Contact lens.

Improved reflectivity, enhanced illumination intensity and light range happen to be critical for car light reflectors (reflector cups). Utilizing precision 5-axis CNC machining products and big rate slicing techniques for machining car light weight aluminum reflectors. Each of our engineers’ team focus on just about every engineering details and design specification to help designers collectively challenging job.

Lamp Bezel ,The diffuse light emitter since a universal optical style feature creates a three-dimensional impression of the radiation and ensures a high degree of uniformity of the illuminated surface area. The 5-axis COMPUTER NUMERICAL CONTROL continuous milling and reflect polishing technology provide superb surface quality for the production of transparent flexible plastic sign (PMMA) prototypes.