Falcon MFG Co., Ltd.

Electronics Swiss Machining

Swiss machining is important in the electronics industry because it allows for the precise and efficient production of small, complex components that are critical to the operation of electronic devices. In the electronics industry, Swiss machining is used to produce small components such as connectors, pins, and other precision parts. These components are often used in electronic devices such as smartphones, laptops, and medical equipment. They need to be produced with a high degree of precision to ensure that they function properly and reliably. The high precision and speed of Swiss machining make it possible to produce parts quickly and accurately, which is essential in the highly competitive electronics industry.

As a Swiss machining and Micro machining service supplier in China with over 20 years of experience in customizing components in the electronics industry, Falcon has over 300 CNC machining equipment, 28 machining technologies, and 30+ surface treatment processes. Falcon is a leading company in manufacturing electronic components.

Electronic Components by Swiss Machining

6 Steps to Make Electronic Components by Swiss Machining Service

At Falcon Swiss Machine Shop, Swiss machining is an ideal process for manufacturing electronic components due to its high precision and ability to produce complex shapes and features. The process is widely used in the production of components such as connectors, sensors, and micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS). Here are the basic steps involved in manufacturing electronic components by using Falcon Swiss machining:

1. Material Selection: Select the appropriate material for electronic components such as aluminum, copper, brass, and stainless steel.

2. Swiss CNC Programming: Swiss machines use Computer Numerical Control (CNC) to control the cutting tools and produce the desired shape and size of the component.

3. Bar Feeding: The material is fed into the machine through a guide bushing, which supports the material during the machining process.

4. Swiss Turning & Milling: Using multi-axis turn or mill the material by cutting tools to shape it into the desired form or create features such as slots or holes.

5. Threading: Swiss machines can produce both internal and external threads with high accuracy and repeatability such as screws or fasteners.

6. Finishing: This may involve polishing, deburring, or applying a coating to protect the component from corrosion.

Screw Machine Parts for Consumer Electronic

Suggested Materials for Swiss Machined Electronic Parts

The choice of material and surface treatment for Swiss-machined electronic components depends on the specific requirements of the application. At Falcon Swiss Machine Shop, clients are free to consult to determine the best material and surface treatment options for their electronic components.

The most commonly used materials for Swiss machined electronic components include:

1. Aluminum: Aluminum is a lightweight and corrosion-resistant material that is ideal for electronic components that require high thermal conductivity and electromagnetic shielding.

2. Copper: Copper is a good conductor of electricity and heat, making it a popular material for electronic components such as connectors, terminals, and switches.

3. Stainless Steel: Stainless steel is a durable and corrosion-resistant material that is commonly used in applications that require high mechanical strength and resistance to wear and tear.

4. Brass: Brass is a corrosion-resistant metal that has good electrical conductivity and is often used for electrical connectors, terminals, and other electronic parts.

5. Titanium: Titanium is a lightweight and strong material that is commonly used for electronic components that require high strength and durability, such as medical implants, aerospace components, and high-end consumer electronics.

6. Plastics: Various types of plastics, including nylon, polycarbonate, and PEEK, can be Swiss machined to produce electronic components. Plastics are often used for components that require high chemical resistance, low weight, and low cost.

Surface Treatment on Screw Machine Parts at Falcon Swiss Machine Shop

Surface finish is an important aspect of electronic screw machine parts because it can affect the performance and reliability of the components. The surface finish of electronic components is typically specified by the customer or designer based on the intended application and functional requirements.

Some common surface finishes for Swiss-machined electronic components include:

1. Electroless nickel plating: it provides corrosion resistance and improved solderability. Commonly used for connectors and other components that require a high degree of conductivity.

2. Gold plating: It is commonly used for contacts and connectors in high-end electronic devices.

3. Anodizing: It is commonly used for aluminum components to provide corrosion resistance and improve wear resistance.

4. Passivation: Passivation improves Swiss turned components' corrosion resistance.

5. Black oxide coating: This provides corrosion resistance and a unique aesthetic.

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Swiss Machined Electronic Parts

Types of Swiss CNC Machined Electronic Components That We Work With

Our Swiss machining services are a precise and efficient manufacturing process that is commonly used to produce electronic components, which can produce a wide range of precision electronic components.

Here are some types of Swiss-machined electronic components:

  • Connectors

  • Pins

  • Terminals

  • Screws

  • Housings

  • Contacts

  • Antennas

  • Sensors

  • Actuators