China OEM Injection Molded Sheild Cover Plastic Part for Body Protection Used for Motor Suit

Product Description

Injection Molded Shield Cover Plastic Part for Body Protection

Sumino Precision Manufacturing(HangZhou)Limited offers a high-quality plastic shield cover for motorcycle body protection. This injection molded part is a must-have accessory for any motorcycle suit, providing durable body armor. The shield cover undergoes heat treatment for a sleek finish. Warranty: 24 Hours Online.


Sumino Precision Manufacturing(HangZhou)Limited offers Injection Molded Shield Cover Plastic Part for Body Protection in Motorcycle Suits. This Plastic Body Armor is crafted using Injection Mould method with Heat Treatment surface processing. Warranty: 24/7 online support.


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Company Profile

Sumino Precision Manufacturing(HangZhou)Limited, formerly known as HangZhou Sumino Stamping Co., Ltd., is a leading firm in the manufacturing industry. Our roots trace back to the establishment of HangZhou Ogasawara Electronic Component Company in 1995, which evolved into our current entity in 2013. We specialize in combining cutting-edge stamping technology with decades of experience in the automotive sector to deliver high-quality products at competitive prices.

Key Features:

  • Expertise in stamping technology
  • Long-standing experience in the automotive industry
  • Commitment to high technology, high quality, and low cost


  • Consistent delivery of top-notch products
  • Cost-effective solutions for customers
  • Adaptability to evolving market demands

Established Date October, 1995 
Capital Investment JPY 775,000,000.00
Covered Area 20,000.00 square meters
First-stage Area 8,000.00 square meters
General Manager Mizuta Noboru
Major Business Metal stamping, Plastic injection, Development and fabrication  of tooling for automotive and  electronics industry, Welding and Assembly 

Product Description

Welcome to Sumino Precision Manufacturing(HangZhou)Limited. We specialize in producing high-quality plastic injection molded washing machine filter assemblies. Our expertise lies in creating top-notch plastic components for filter assemblies, ensuring quality and durability.


Key Details:

  • How to Get a Quote: You can provide us with 3D formats like IGS, STP, DWG, PARASOLID, or 2D drawings for a quote. We will send you the cost estimate for your confirmation.
  • Software Used: We utilize Pro-Engineer, UGS, SOLIDWORKS, MASTERCAM, and other programs for creating 3D models.
  • Manufacturing Machines: Our manufacturing processes involve CNC Machining, lathe and wire cutting, milling and drilling machines, electro-discharging, stamping presses, deep drawing machines, welding machines, and injection machines based on the parts’ requirements.
  • Surface Treatments: We offer various surface treatments such as Powder coating, Anodizing, Galvanizing, Electroplating, Laser etching, and painting.
  • Quality Control: Our QC department ensures thorough quality inspections during processing and before shipping to maintain a Zero Defect quality target.

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Warranty: 24 Hours Online
Shaping Mode: Injection Mould
Surface Finish Process: Heat Treatment
Mould Cavity: Multi Cavity
Plastic Material: PP
Process Combination Type: Compound Die
US$ 1/Piece
1 Piece(Min.Order)




How do power locks differ from traditional mechanical locks in terms of operation?

Power locks and traditional mechanical locks differ significantly in terms of their operation and functionality. While both types of locks serve the purpose of securing components or objects together, they employ different mechanisms and methods of operation. Here’s a detailed comparison of power locks and traditional mechanical locks:

  • Mechanism: Traditional mechanical locks rely on physical mechanisms such as keys, tumblers, pins, or levers to engage or disengage the locking mechanism. They typically involve manual operation, requiring the use of a physical key or manipulating the lock components directly. In contrast, power locks utilize mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, or electric actuators to generate the force or motion needed to engage or disengage the locking mechanism. Power locks can be manually operated, remotely controlled, or integrated into automated systems.
  • Force and Speed: Traditional mechanical locks require manual force to operate. The user must physically turn the key, move the bolt, or manipulate the lock components to engage or disengage the lock. This manual operation limits the force and speed at which the lock can be operated. Power locks, on the other hand, can generate significantly higher forces and operate at faster speeds. They can be actuated using hydraulic or pneumatic pressure, electrical power, or mechanical force amplification, allowing for rapid and reliable locking or unlocking.
  • Locking Mechanism: Traditional mechanical locks typically employ mechanisms such as pins, tumblers, or levers that physically obstruct the movement of the lock or latch. When the correct key or combination is applied, the lock components align, allowing the bolt or latch to be moved and securing the lock. Power locks, on the other hand, often use different types of locking elements such as bolts, wedges, cams, or clamps. The locking elements in power locks are designed to engage with corresponding features or surfaces on the components being locked, creating a secure mechanical connection.
  • Flexibility and Adjustability: Traditional mechanical locks usually have fixed configurations and limited adjustability. They are manufactured with specific dimensions and designs to fit particular applications. Adjustments or modifications to traditional locks often require physical alterations or replacement of the lock components. In contrast, power locks offer greater flexibility and adjustability. They can be designed with adjustable locking positions or variable locking forces, allowing for customization to meet specific application requirements.
  • Integration and Control: Power locks are well-suited for integration into larger systems and can be controlled remotely or automated. They can be integrated with electrical, hydraulic, or pneumatic control systems, allowing for centralized operation, monitoring, and synchronization with other processes or machinery. Traditional mechanical locks, on the other hand, are typically standalone devices that require manual operation. They may not have built-in compatibility with advanced control systems or automation.
  • Complexity and Maintenance: Power locks tend to be more complex in design and operation compared to traditional mechanical locks. They may require additional components, such as actuators, sensors, or control systems, which can increase the overall complexity. This complexity may require more specialized maintenance and troubleshooting. Traditional mechanical locks, being simpler in design, are often easier to maintain and repair, with fewer components and simpler mechanisms.

In summary, power locks differ from traditional mechanical locks in terms of their mechanism, force and speed of operation, locking mechanism design, flexibility and adjustability, integration and control capabilities, as well as complexity and maintenance requirements. Power locks offer enhanced functionality, adaptability, and control options, making them suitable for a wide range of applications where higher forces, rapid operation, remote control, or automation are desired.

China OEM Injection Molded Sheild Cover Plastic Part for Body Protection Used for Motor Suit  China OEM Injection Molded Sheild Cover Plastic Part for Body Protection Used for Motor Suit
editor by CX 2024-04-04