With 150+ metal, plastic, and silicone materials, we could handle most of the products with the highest quality requirements from each of our cutting-edge manufacturing technologies.
Materials Selection & Processes
LEADRP has extensive experience working with different materials and different manufacturing processes. We help our customers choose the right materials to achieve exact dimensions with tight tolerances, and we can produce complex parts with extremely high consistency and repeatability that meet all your application and performance requirements. We also offer post-processing services, such as surface finishing and assembly, to give our customers more complete prototypes that require minimal additional processing.
Metal and Alloy Materials
We know every project has its unique requirements and properties, we can offer the best metal & alloy materials and machining solutions for your project.
Alloy steel contains trace amounts of one or more alloying elements (other than carbon), such as manganese, silicon, nickel, titanium, copper, chromium, and aluminum. Alloying provides it with unique qualities not present in standard carbon steel. Due to its low cost, wide availability, ease of processing, and superior mechanical rates, alloy steel is ideal for industrial applications. In general, alloy steels are more malleable to heat and mechanical treatment than carbon steels.
LEADRP offers a complete Alloy Steel CNC machining service and can produce custom Alloy Steel parts in various shapes and grades, including 4130, 4140, 4340, and more.
Metal Materials Machining
We can provide complete solutions for any projects with the production of plastic injection molding and CNC machining, below are typical of the materials in our process:
ABS is a plastic material with three main ingredients: acrylonitrile, butadiene, and styrene. Each of these monomers imparts specific properties, making ABS terpolymer with robust features. ABS has good strength, toughness, and resistance to impact and temperature. It is easily molded and gives a high-quality glossy surface finish. This plastic polymer does not have a specific melting point.
LEADRP offers a complete ABS machining service and can produce custom ABS parts in various shapes and grades.
Silicone rubber is one of the most versatile and best-known materials used in the elastomer industry. This material can be cured by several different methods including catalyzed, thermal, or UV curing. Silicone rubber is widely applied in various industries from consumer parts to medical devices. We work with the top silicone suppliers, like Topco Silicone, Dow Corning Silicone, Blue Star Silicone, Shin-Etsu Silicone, and Wacker Silicone, to ensure our clients get the most suitable silicone materials for their products.
Liquid silicone rubber is a single component or two component, room temperature curing silicone based elastomer. It exhibits many of the properties of conventional rubber, but can be cured without vulcanizing agents in a matter of minutes at room temperature. The material has excellent resistance to tearing and abrasion, and can be easily formed by hand or with simple tools. It has excellent heat resistance, shock resistance and fatigue resistance, as well as high tear strength, tensile strength, elongation at break and adhesion to metal.
Liquid silicone rubber can be used in coating/sealing/insulation systems in industrial equipment, electrical systems (transformers), electronics (IC), automotive electrical equipment (alternator), power supply units, HVAC systems, semiconductor industry (CMOS chip), telecommunication industry (optical cable), and more.
Silicone Rubber Molding
LEADRP could help you with all the complex work of custom product prototyping and manufacturing, from initial designs to mass production, post-processing, logistics, and more.
How LEADRP Works
LEADRP is a leading provider of rapid prototyping services and low-volume manufacturing services for mission-critical applications in the Aerospace, Automotive, Medical & Life Science, Oil & Gas, Food and Beverage industries, semiconductors, and more.