Forging Custom Wheels - Timeline

PRIVATE CUSTOMIZED aluminum FORGED WHEELs designed with you and for you!
We can manufacture a set of exclusive wheels unique in the world for customers.
Let your vehicle be maverick, distinguished and luxurious.

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Day 1

Customer Advice for Wheel Styles:

Greet the customer and understand their preferences, budget, and usage requirements for wheel styles and car models.

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Day 3

Blueprint Design (2D&3D):

Gathering requirements: Understand the project objectives, client needs, and any specific guidelines or regulation, including the drawing, dimensions, and notes.

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Day 4

Customer Confirmation or Modification:

Initial design proposal: Present the customer with a design proposal based on their requirements, preferences, and any specific design guidelines provided.

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Day 5

Strength Analysis:

Validate the strength analysis results through physical testing or comparison with existing empirical data. Verify that the designed structure or component meets the desired strength requirements and safety factors.

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Production Scheduling and Material Preparation:

Order assessment: Evaluate the incoming orders, considering factors such as design specifications, customization requirements, quantity, and requested delivery dates.

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Day 6.2

Processing Programming:

Utilize specialized software and tools to create and modify programs that control the machining or manufacturing processes. The programs are developed based on the design specifications, so that the precise instructions are created to guide the machinery and equipment in producing the customized auto wheels accurately and efficiently.

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Day 9

Machining Processing:

Set up the machinery, securing the wheel blank, selecting the appropriate cutting tools, and configuring the machining parameters. The machinery executes the programmed instructions, precisely shaping the wheel according to the desired dimensions, contours, and finishes.

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Day 10.1

Face Milling Processing:

Set up the milling machine, securing the wheel blank, selecting an appropriate face milling cutter, and configuring the milling parameters. The wheel design specifications guide the face milling process, which involves removing material from the flat surface of the wheel to achieve the desired shape and finish.

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Day 10.2

Full Size Measurement:

Use precise measurement tools and techniques to assess the dimensional accuracy and quality of the customized wheels. The measurement process includes taking measurements of key parameters such as wheel diameter, width, bolt hole spacing, offset, and concentricity.

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Quality Control Tests:

Conduct rigorous inspections and tests to ensure that the customized wheels meet the desired standards of quality, performance, and safety. This includes visual inspections for surface defects, dimensional measurements to verify accuracy, load capacity tests to assess strength, and balance tests to ensure proper weight distribution.

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Day 10.4

Achieving the Wheels' Information and Generate Report:

Gather all relevant data and specifications pertaining to the customized wheels, such as dimensions, materials used, design details, and any additional customization features. This information is compiled and organized into a comprehensive report that provides a detailed overview of each customized wheel.

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Polish & Color Painting:

Prepare the wheel surface by cleaning and smoothing it before applying the desired paint or coating. Polishing is performed using abrasive materials or tools to remove imperfections, scratches, or oxidation, resulting in a smooth and shiny surface. Once polished, the wheel is carefully cleaned to ensure proper adhesion of the paint or coating.

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Day 12.2

Clear coat/powder Paint:

Prepare the surface of the wheel by cleaning and prepare it for coating. The clear coat or powder paint is then applied using specialized techniques such as spray coating or electrostatic powder coating, ensuring an even and consistent coverage.

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Day 12.3

Visual Inspection and Laser Marking:

Conduct a thorough visual examination of the customized wheels to identify any surface defects, imperfections, or inconsistencies. This inspection ensures that the wheels meet the desired aesthetic and quality standards.

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Day 16

Packaging and Delivery:

Carefully package the finished customized wheels to ensure their protection during transportation. This includes using appropriate packaging materials such as foam inserts, bubble wrap, or cardboard boxes to prevent damage or scratches.