Integrated Engineering Supporting Services

We provide a wide range of services, which includes
1) Fabrication of sheet metal
2) Precision engineering
3) Sub-modular assembly

Our engineering team is actively involved in D&D activities with our customers’ for new product development. Prior to commencing production, engineers from both parties will work together to develop and refine the product’s design, finalise the required product, process and materials requirements, product assurance and quality and manufacturability. The nature of our D&D activities differs for each product as different customers have different product requirement and industry standards. The following diagram shows the typical processes involved during our D&D activity with our customers:

The use of cutting tools or machinery to remove excess metal from the metal sheet to create a metal piece part according to the specifications of its design.

2 main processes to cut sheet metal, namely:
i) Fibre laser cutting

Able to cut unique materials such as mirror surface, perforated with consistent edge, and wire mesh cloth.

ii) Fibre laser and mono-head punching

Sheet metal to be processed via laser cutting and mono-head punching methods in a single sequence. Different tools can be exchanged into the punching head to form different shapes into the sheet metal. Mono-head punching allows for production of more complex shapes including in 3-dimensional forms. This set up enables us to conduct a high mix, low volume production without purchasing multiple expensive hard tools.

Bending is a process that applies force on a sheet of metal, causing it to bend at an angle to form the desired shape. The sheet metal is placed between a punch on the top and a die on the bottom and the press brake machine is programmed to press the punch against the sheet metal into the die, exerting the required amount of force to bend the sheet to its desired angle or bend. The CNC bending machines we utilise enable us to bend the sheet metal using limited effort and achieve a variety of bends at tight tolerances. The CNC programme also enables us to create unique bend radius profiles based on our customers’ demands.

Our welding capabilities meet the America Welding Society’s codebook of welding standards. Additionally, we have machinery for peening to allow for stress relief of the sheet metal, a water cooling jig to reduce heat distortion, and a tungsten grinder to achieve an accurate tungsten angle tip to reduce welding penetration.
We can perform various types of welding:

i) Metal Inert Gas (“MIG”) Welding
ii) Tungsten Inert Gas (“TIG”) Welding
iii) Spot Welding
iv) Robotic Fibre Laser Welding
v) Brazing
vi) Flux Core Arc Welding
vii) Stud welding

We produce precision-machined components for our customers in various industries including semiconductor, instrumentation, life science and medical devices, telecommunications, aerospace, and E&E. We use CNC machining processes such as milling, turning, and turn-milling to produce precision-machined components with close tolerance finishes in a highly-precise and consistent manner.
The processes we conduct for machining includes:

i) Milling
ii) Turning
iii) Turn-milling
iv) Tapping

After the sheet metal fabrication and precision machining process, we sub-assemble the intermediate metal products such as metal piece parts and precision-machined components into sub-modular assembled products such as frames, structures, and enclosures.

Assembly services includes:

  1. Mechanical assembly
  2. Electro-mechanical assembly