Surface Finishing

※NOTE:Industrial Plastic includes ABS, PC, ABS+PC, bakelite, PEEK, PMMA(Acrylic), POM, PS, MC(Nylon), PA6, PA66, PP

※※NOTE:Metals includes Zn(Zinc), Cu(Copper), Fe(Iron), Al(Aluminum), Steel, Stainless Steel.

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Spray Painting

Spray painting is a technique that a device sprays a coating (paint, ink, varnish, etc.) through the air onto a surface for coloring the products. We can create different surface appearance by instruments air volume adjustment and multiple mixed surface finishing skills.

  • Colorful appearance.
    → Pantone Color Searching Link.
  • Different degrees of pearl luster.
  • Heavy or light paint.
  • Different degree of matte.
  • Different degree of gloss.
  • Rubber texture.
  • Industrial plastic except for thick fiber plastic such as PP, PE, POM, PTFE, NYLON.
  • Metals.
  • Hairline.
  • Sreen printing.

Polishing is a process of creating a smooth and shiny surface by rubbing it or using a chemical action. It leaves a surface with a significant specular reflection. The process of polishing with abrasives starts with coarse ones and graduates to fine ones.

In metal products, polishing is also able to reduce diffuse reflection to minimal values.

  • High gloss texture.
  • Satin texture.
  • Industrial plastic except for thick fiber plastic such as PP, PE, POM, PTFE, NYLON.
  • Metals.
  • Spray painting.
  • Electrocoating.



A matte ( or a matt ) finish is to lack or deprive of luster or gloss.
By accessing a matte finish, the product will be haven a rough or granular surface.

Different degrees of matt by thickness of grinding.

  • Industrial plastic except for thick fiber plastic such as PP, PE, POM, PTFE, NYLON.
  • Metals.
  • Spray painting.
  • Hair line.
  • Screen Printing.

Hair-line Surface Treatment is a technique that we control rubbing instruments in different standards and other parameters to present different degree of thickness as a hair-line look on the product surface.

Different degrees of hair-line appearance by grinding instruments.

  • Industrial Plastics.
  • Metals.
  • Spray painting.
  • Matt.
  • Polishing.


Sand Blasting

Sand blasting, also known as sandblasting or sand blast, is a technique that uses air or steam compression, carrying sand at high velocity to etch or to clean product surfaces so that we can deburr them or make matt effect on them.

  • Burr clearing.
  • Different degree of matte effect by thickness of sand.
  • Industrial plastic mainly for deburred.
  • Metals.

Electro plating, also known as electroplating, is a process that uses an electric current to reduce dissolved metal cations so that they form a thin coherent metal coating on an electrode. Electroplating is primarily used to change the surface of an object to metal properties (such as abrasion and wear resistance, corrosion protection, lubricity, aesthetic qualities).
Water galvanization and Vacuum Metalizing are common electroplating techniques.

  • Change surface to metal properties.
  • Various colors with metal luster.
  • Double color electroplating. 
  • Water galvanization processing:
    1.ABS, ABS+PC.
    2.Copper, zinc, iron, white iron, aluminum.
  • Vacuum Metalizing processing:
    1.Industrial plastic.
  • Hair line.
  • Laser engraving.
  • Matt.
  • Polishing.

Electro- plating

Screen Printing

Screen printing is also known as silk screen. It is a printing technique whereby a mesh is used to transfer ink onto a substrate, except in areas made impermeable to the ink by a blocking stencil. A blade or squeegee is moved across the screen to fill the open mesh apertures with ink, and a reverse stroke then causes the screen to touch the substrate momentarily along a line of contact. One color is printed at a time, so several screens can be used to produce a multicolored image or design.
With screen printing, we can print logos, words or patterns on the product surfaces.

  • Industrial Plastics. Notice that normal printing paint is hardly adherent on rubber and thick fiber plastics such as PP, PE, POM, PTFE, NYLON, etc. It is easily peeling off the surface ass well.
  • There is a kind of paint reserved for the use of rubbers currently.
  • There is a kind of paint reserved for the use of metals.
  • Spray painting.
  • Polishing.
  • Matt.
  • Hairline.

Laser engraving, a technique of laser marking, is used optics principles to engrave an object by lasers.
Comparing to the screen-printing skill and the traditional engraving skill, it does not involve the use of inks nor tools which contact the engraving surface and wear out, giving it an advantage over alternative engraving or marking technologies where inks or bit heads have to be replaced regularly.
We also use this technique to present logos, words or patterns on the product surfaces.

  • Different degrees of metal colors by laser depth.
  • Different metal colors by meterials.
  • Anodization.
  • Electroplating.
  • Electrocoating.

Laser Engraving


Electro coating (or electrocoating) is a process by which electrically charged particles are deposited out of a water suspension to coat a conductive part. In short, it is used to make coating materials coat on metal products evenly by electrifying.

We commonly use the electrocoating to make products antirust and beautiful.

  • Anti-rusty.
  • Nonflammable.
  • Various colors with metal luster.
  • Industrial plastics
  • Metals.

Anodization technique is used to oxidize the aluminum or the aluminum alloy to form a membrane layer of Al2O3 on the theory of electrochemistry for protection, decoration, anti-corrosion, and wear resistance properties.


Heat treatment.



Other finishing technique:

  • Tinted.
  • Water Transfer Printing.(Rub on)
  • Stereoscopic Printing.
  • Tapping.
  • Hole drilling.
  • Wire electric discharge.
  • Spin.
  • Hot treament.

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