Video - Manufacture Process

Check out our informative videos showcasing the entire production process. From mold manufacturing to die-casting, casting, machining, surface treatment, and post-quality inspection, we’ve got you covered.

  1. Discover our step-by-step videos showcasing the mold-making process. Get an in-depth look at each stage of creating high-quality molds with our informative videos.
  2. HPDC High Pressure Die Casting Process & LPDC Low Pressure Casting
  3. CNC Machining Process
  4. Quality Control Process
  5. Surface Treatment Process

Mould Making Process - Design and Making

Mold Design, Mold Flow Analysis, Mold Manufacturer, Trial Mold, Sample Delivery.

All About Mould Design


Mold design is crucial in the die-casting process, as it not only affects the molding, dimensions, internal quality, and yield of the product but also influences production efficiency.

3D Scan if Customer Don’t Have a Drawing

When the customer doesn’t have drawings. In such cases, Yontone uses 3D scanning equipment to scan the samples provided by the customer and generate the necessary drawings.

Mould Cavity Making Workshop

Starting from the mold material to milling the mold core in the processing center, undergoing additional processes such as wire cutting and electrical discharge machining, followed by polishing and assembly, the mold is ready for trial production.

Mould Frame Making Workshop

The production of the mold frame primarily involves milling out a cavity of dimensions suitable for placing the mold core in the middle of the entire block of mold frame material. Simultaneously, accessories such as mold feet and mold brackets need to be fabricated.

Mould EDM Process

EDM stands for Electrical Discharge Machining, aside from milling, is the longest processing step in mold manufacturing. It involves using electrodes to gradually erode the portions that cannot be machined conventionally through electrical discharge.

Mould WEDM Process

WEDM stands for Wire Electrical Discharge Machining, also known as wire cutting. It is typically used for perforation or shaping of components such as pins, ejector rods, and other accessories.

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HPDC High Pressure Die Casting Process & LPDC Low Pressure Casting

Casting is divided into low-pressure casting and high-pressure die casting. Die casting is further categorized into hot chamber die casting and cold chamber die casting.

CNC Machining Process

Yontone provides various machining services for aluminum, zinc alloy, copper, iron, steel, titanium alloy, stainless steel, and magnesium alloy products.

  • CNC Machining Workshop

    Yontone’s workshop is equipped with CNC machining centers, CNC milling machines, lathes, and turn-mill centers. We can provide machining services for various die-cast products, castings, as well as bar and square materials.

  • Milling Process

    Milling machines can achieve precision milling of various planes, angles, and shapes, ensuring assembly surfaces meet the requirements of machining accuracy and smoothness. Yontone mills different parts for auto parts, gearbox parts, motor parts, power tool parts.

  • Turning Process

    Lathes can produce various shapes based on holes, including semi-holes, concentric circles, through holes, and blind holes. Yontone lathe works on turning different aluminum profiles, iron blocks, castings, and die-castings.

Quality Control Process

Quality Control involves dimension inspection, material finished product inspection, performance inspection, surface treatment inspection, and more.

  • CMM Checking Process

    CMM, or Coordinate Measuring Machine, primarily measures the dimensions of a product through the X, Y, and Z axes.


  • Adhesive Checking Process

    The Adhesive Checking Process is used to inspect the adhesion strength between the surface treatment coating and the product body.

  • Tensile Strength Checking Process

    The Tensile Strength Checking is primarily aimed at testing the maximum stress value a product can withstand before breaking. It provides an understanding of the product’s capacity to endure extreme conditions in its working environment.

Surface Treatment Process

Surface treatment serves to protect the product by providing resistance against corrosion, oxidation, wear, and it enhances the overall lifespan and aesthetic appeal.

Common surface treatments for castings, die-castings, and machined products include spray coating, painting, electrophoresis, anodization, chrome plating, and more.

  • Polishing

    Polishing is a process that reduces surface roughness, providing a shiny and smooth finish to the product.


  • Chrome Coating Process

    Chrome plating is a commonly used surface treatment for bathroom and marine products. In addition to enhancing the aesthetic appeal, it offers strong corrosion resistance, making it suitable for humid and saltwater environments.

  • Powder Coating Process

    Powder coating is the most commonly used surface treatment, as it has low requirements for labor, facilities, and equipment. Moreover, it can conceal the surface imperfections of castings, making it a highly popular processing method.

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