About The Author

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.

 

Urethane casting: materials, colors, transparency & common applications

Wednesday October 28, 2020

Urethane casting is a low-cost production technique for the fabrication of rigid or rubber-like plastic parts. Suitable for prototypes and certain end-use parts, urethane casting does not require costly metal tooling, instead of using silicone molds to make a limited number of castings. Customers have several options when it comes to urethane casting. In addition […] Read More

The Entire Process of Mold Making

Tuesday October 13, 2020

When we talk about mold, it is simply a negative impression that you want to cast as per your requirement. It can capture each detail of an object right down to the slightest indentation. Plastic injection molds are usually made from toughened or pre-hardened steel, aluminum, or copper alloy. When we talk about the most […] Read More

Top Benefits of Plastic Injection Molding Services

Friday October 9, 2020

What is Plastic Injection Molding? The Plastic Injection Molding process involves the injection of molten plastic into a mould cavity, which hardens within the mold to produce the final products as per the requirements. This is one of the most sought after the process of manufacturing parts and products at affordable pricing range. This process […] Read More

How to make a silicone mold

Saturday September 26, 2020

Molds — negative impressions of parts that can be filled with material — are an integral part of manufacturing. In fact, the majority of the world’s plastic parts are made via injection molding. But while metal injection molds are expensive and can only be made by professionals, flexible silicone molds are highly affordable and can […] Read More

The importance of rapid machining in manufacturing

Tuesday September 1, 2020

Companies that design and manufacture plastic or metal parts will often require rapid machining services at some point during product development. This article looks at the ins and outs of the manufacturing process and why it is so important. What is rapid machining? Rapid machining is the machining of parts and prototypes with an explicit […] Read More

How to Optimise Designs For Metal Fabrication Projects

Thursday October 15, 2020

Metal fabrication projects are a delicate process due to a number of factors, but the most daunting is building the actual practical version of the design and bringing it to life. Even if you’re outsourcing to a 3rd party fabrication service provider with a lot of experience, things can go wrong. Getting the most of […] Read More

Rapid Tooling Process for Various Industrial Applications

Monday October 12, 2020

Rapid Tooling System – Industrial Applications- In the process of Rapid Tooling, either Rapid Prototyping (RP) technique can be used to create a mold rapidly or the Rapid Prototyping process can be used to fabricate a tool for a limited volume of prototypes. This process consumes less time and cost than a conventional tool. In […] Read More

Why custom manufacturing is the future

Thursday October 8, 2020

Today’s economy is defined by impulse. The ease of online shopping makes life simple — perhaps too simple — for consumers to order products as soon as they want them. Personalized ads are targeted at these potential consumers to encourage spending, and orders can be completed with just a few clicks. In many countries, packages […] Read More

How injection molding simulation software helps you design better parts

Tuesday September 8, 2020

Injection molding simulation software is an important part of the IM workflow, allowing designers to assess the feasibility of their molds and moldings. This article looks at how it works. What is injection molding? Injection molding is a manufacturing process behind a huge number of manmade objects, from water bottles to automotive components. It comprises […] Read More

Making stronger IM parts with fiber reinforced & filled materials

Friday August 28, 2020

Injection molding is a manufacturing process that produces strong and durable parts in giant quantities. It is one of the most cost-effective manufacturing processes and works with a wide array of plastic materials, including thermoplastics and thermosets. You can even mold plastic components over other materials using overmolding and insert molding. Sometimes, however, typical injection […] Read More

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