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Author: Ronan Ye

After graduating from University, I started working as a project manager for a rapid prototyping company called Rapman in 2006, where I had my first opportunity to learn about the manufacturing process and gain valuable practical experience.

After some time, I was invited to join a foreign-owned rapid prototyping company in Zhongshan as their second employee. We eagerly ventured into the business world and became one of the best companies in China. However, eventually, I felt that I had reached the ceiling of what I could learn working there and decided I needed a new challenge.

That’s why in 2010, I started 3ERP with the goal of providing excellent quality, a wide range of services, fast turnaround time, and affordable prices. This approach helped us win the trust of all of our customers who kept coming back to us with new projects, which helped ensure the consistent growth of the company.

At 3ERP, we have two rules: 1) Quality is always the top priority and 2) try to do things right the first time. Because of that, 3ERP probably has the strictest quality control team in the world; they have the authority to reject any parts while also knowing how to identify the ones that are good enough to pass any test. We never compromise on quality and tolerance, unless compromise makes sense and is agreed to by the customers, which is why our complaint rate remains under 1%.

Being in this business for over 14 years and personally handling thousands of projects has helped me build up the knowledge and experience in all methods of rapid manufacturing. Today, I can confidently provide the best solution for our customers for all project types. In the meantime, I try to pass on my experience to our project managing team, helping them make the right decisions on new projects.

 

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Friday April 9, 2021

In order to get the best Mold Making Supplies, you need to find a reliable and highly professional mold maker. A company should able to offer a complete line of mold-making products to meet client’s expectations. They should incorporate a broad range of mold-making materials to achieve any need or specific application. 5 frequently asked […] Read More

How grain size and direction affects sheet metal parts

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Top 5 Distinctiveness of an Expert and Leading Mold Maker Team

Wednesday March 17, 2021

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Wednesday March 10, 2021

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Everything you need to know about technical drawings

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How to make transparent and translucent parts

Tuesday April 6, 2021

Clear parts and prototypes have a huge variety of applications. Fortunately, they’re also fairly easy to make, with a wide range of materials and prototyping technologies at your disposal. This article goes over the basics of transparent and translucent parts: why you might need them, what materials you can use, which manufacturing technologies are available, […] Read More

Machining PEEK: Tips, advantages & applications

Thursday March 18, 2021

PEEK is a popular thermoplastic polymer found in objects as diverse as medical implants and electrical cable insulation. The plastic has excellent mechanical properties and a high level of resistance to corrosive substances, making it highly desirable for manufacturers across the world. Despite being regularly used for injection molding and 3D printing, PEEK has a […] Read More

Key Considerations Need To Be Focused Before Endeavoring In Injection Molding In China

Saturday March 13, 2021

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Machining Delrin: Tips, advantages & applications

Monday March 8, 2021

From cars to consumer electronics to kitchenware, Delrin is just about everywhere: the high-strength thermoplastic makes great consumer products and is favored by machinists for its good material properties and high machinability. This article goes over the basics of machining Delrin: what Delrin is, the benefits of machining Delrin, the limitations of machining Delrin, common […] Read More

5 common mistakes to avoid when injection molding

Thursday March 4, 2021

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