Tooling for Shielding

Our engineers can design in sync with our customers

PCB Shielding Can mold is a kind of metal mold, there are two options, one is engineering mold, the other is continuous mold, for small batch shield products, we suggest customers to consider engineering mold, the advantage is that the mold cost is relatively low, you can The disadvantage of rapid mass production is that the product accuracy is not so good. The other is the Progressive Tooling. This kind of mold can produce shielding covers in large quantities. The life of the abrasive tool can be controlled to 3 million sets. The product quality is stable and controllable, and the delivery of large quantities is fast.

Customer synchronous design

Engineering Tooling

Flexibility: Engineering abrasives make shields that can be adapted to a variety of different size and shape requirements. Compared with continuous molds, engineered abrasives can be adjusted and modified more flexibly to suit specific design needs.
Small batch production: If it is necessary to produce small batches of shielding covers, engineering abrasives can provide a better solution. Compared with continuous molds, the production cycle of engineering abrasive tools is relatively short, which is suitable for the rapid production of a small number of shielding covers.
Personalized customization: Engineering abrasives can be customized according to specific customer needs to produce shields with personalized characteristics. For shielding covers for special industries or specific purposes, engineering abrasive manufacturing can provide more flexible customization options

Progressive Tooling

High precision: continuous mold making shielding can achieve highly precise processing, ensuring the accuracy of the size and shape of the product.
Efficient production: The production speed of continuous mold making shielding can is relatively fast. Once the mold is made, it can be mass-produced continuously. Continuous tooling saves time and labor costs compared to other manufacturing methods.
Complex structures: Continuous mold manufacturing enables the production of shields with complex shapes and structures. Mold making can manufacture shields with complex geometric shapes and fine structures according to design requirements to meet the needs of different applications.