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Step 1: Modeling
By utilizing blueprints or 3D drawings provided by our clients, we initiate the whole design by first using foam, fiber glass or clay as mold for the following procedures, depending on the size, shape, materials and so on. Currently, foam mold is applied in a majority of products. For large stainless steel globe, such as 4000mm, we offer free 3D plastic mold for customer inspection and will only start production after customer approval in order to make a 2000m Public Decoration Brushed Stainless Steel Ball Sculpture.
Step 2: Building a Stainless Steel Globe
High quality stainless steel is applied in the construction procedure, where we usually use standard AISI/SS 304 Stainless Steel due to its comparatively high cost-effectiveness and practicability among 201 and Marine Grade 316 Stainless Steel Sheet, or specific materials mandated by our clients, say fiber glass or 316. Quality stainless steel is crucial to the whole project, and thus we will choose suitable materials with caution.
For stainless steel world map globe, we will calculate and cut stainless steel tubes into building the structure first. To build this globe, the tubes will be prepared and wrought with the help of special machine.
Step 3: Modeling
After the preparatory process, we will cut stainless steel sheet into pieces and then bend and shape them according to the mold with the help of certain tools and appliances, such as hammers and plasma cutter. In this case, we will outline on and cut stainless steel sheet in the fashion of a world map. To guarantee overall effect, we will examine and improve at all time for this 2000m Public Decoration Brushed Stainless Steel Ball Sculpture.
Step 4: Preliminary Surface Treatment
The lands and continents will be welded as a whole and processed according based on customer request. See picture below for brushed matt surface. In addition, they could be polished, plated, painted or sandblasted as well.
Step 5: Further Enhancing and Advanced Treatment
Welded pieces are going to be further re-modified, enhanced and honed to perfection. By using several tools and materials, the surface of the sculpture is mirror-polished, brushed or painted carefully and thoroughly.
Q: What are the sizes for this 2000m Public Decoration Brushed Stainless Steel Ball Sculpture?
A: For world map stainless steel globe sculpture, we have 500mm-8000mm.
Q: What if I order a piece of 2000mm 2000m Public Decoration Brushed Stainless Steel Ball Sculpture? How long will it take before I receive it?
A: It takes about 20 days in manufacturing and 5-35 days in shpping, depending on the means of transport.
Q:What are your finish options?
A:We offer a wide range of options to meet different requirements from our clients regarding size/diameter, thickness, color and material and so on. Options include: stainless 304 and 316 or 201, powder coat, paint, galvanized plate, or natural rust finish. Our powder coated finish has an undercoated zinc plate for outdoor use, which also eliminates the need for maintenance and rusting.
Q: Do you customize?
A: We use either in-house designs or customer designs. We can modify by re-scaling, re-sizing, adding signage/script etc.
Thick and standard wooden case with metal junction and nails. Pallet on the bottom.
Thick plastic or soft shockproof foam to avoid scratches on the surface of the product;
Cushioning tire on the bottom to prevent the item moving or tumbling or leaving dents on the product in case of rough transport.
Modes of Shipment
Ground, Ship and Air
Land or "ground" shipping can be by train or by truck. Ground transport is typically more affordable than air, but more expensive than sea especially in developing countries like India, where inland infrastructure is not the most effective way.
Shipment of cargo by trucks, directly from the shipper's place to the destination, is known as a door to door shipment and more formally as multimodal transport. Trucks and trains make deliveries to sea and air ports where cargo is moved in bulk.
Much shipping is done aboard by actual ships. On rivers and canals, barges are often used to carry bulk cargo.
Cargo was transported by air in specialized cargo aircraft and in the luggage compartments of passenger aircraft. Air freight is typically the fastest mode for long distance freight transport, but also the most expensive.