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How Does KARV Automation Help the Automobile Industry?

On-demand Services: KARV Automation is a cutting-edge business that provides on-demand 3D design and additive manufacturing solutions. We offer strong industry-specific and customer-focused services to support you in driving this current industry 4.0 revolution.

One-stop Solution: At KARV Automation, our primary goal is to assist our clients in overcoming the complicated design and manufacturing issues they encounter on a daily basis. We have you covered for everything from design to production, validation, and marketing.

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Worldwide Delivery: At KARV Automation, we provide both on-shore and off-shore on-demand manufacturing services, and our in-house workshops across the world are outfitted with the most up-to-date machinery. Start strong, quick prototyping today and accelerate your manufacturing with KARV Automation.

Guaranteed Quality: KARV Automation is committed to providing you with all of the high-quality 3D printing and other digital manufacturing services you desire. A dedicated team of quality control experts has worked diligently to ensure that every product KARV Automation delivers is of the highest caliber.

Extensive Material Support: In order to satisfy all of your demands and expectations, KARV Automation, a top provider of printing services, offers a broad selection of materials with industrial quality. With a choice of more than 40 materials, comprising ceramics, metals, and plastics, we cover all the basics. In addition to all of that, we can also set up special materials without requiring a minimum order quantity.

Instant Quote: With our manufacturing-on-demand system, requesting a quote is quite simple. Our quick quoting method allows you to calculate the lead time, get accurate rates, and get DFM feedback in just a few clicks.

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High-End Services Offered by KARV Automation for Automobile Industry

3D Printing

The automotive sector must meet expectations on all fronts, including the desire for newer, more efficient car parts, as there is a high demand to optimize manufacturing, supply chains, and logistics. 3D printing for the automotive industry is one tool that is assisting in accepting these demands and challenges. All facets of car production are increasingly exploring 3D printing. In addition to being heavily utilized for rapid prototyping, the technology is also used to create on-demand auto parts or components.

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3D printed automotive components have the potential to revolutionize the automotive sector. Astonishing innovations have been made possible by these features, such as the ability to prototype swiftly, the widespread manufacture of final automotive components, and the 3D fabrication of almost all cars.
A wide range of 3D printing methods and technologies are included under the umbrella term “3D printing.” Some of the widely employed 3D printing technologies in KARV Automation are,

Some of the materials that are used for the 3D printing process at KARV Automation are,

  • Polylactic acid (PLA)
  • Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS)
  • Aluminum
  • Stainless Steel
  • Titanium
  • Brass
  • Nickel Alloy

Applications

  • Brake ducts
  • Switch holders
  • Gear lever
  • Pedals
  • Brake rotors
  • Radar antennae
  • Custom seats
  • Automotive brackets
  • Spare parts for classic cars

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CNC Machining for Automotive Industry

CNC Machining

In recent years, CNC machining has gained popularity in the automotive industry. Auto parts manufacturers from all around the world are interested in the technology because of its numerous benefits and possibilities. These advantages include quickness, automation, reproducibility, and much more. In comparison to conventional machining, CNC machining offers quick production times for medium-to high-volume orders. This is due to the fact that it is automated, which reduces the need for time-consuming human milling.

As part of the production planning process, some measures assist in accelerating and optimizing the machine’s runtime. Three, five, and seven-axis CNC machines are available in our internal workshop. With dimensional accuracy of up to +/- 0.01 mm, our CNC manufacturing services can provide you with products with a maximum build size of 12000x800x800mm.

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KARV Automation provides reliable CNC machining using more than 50 different types of materials. Some of the materials are,

  • ABS
  • ABS-M30i
  • Aluminum
  • Stainless Steel
  • Brass
  • Titanium
  • Copper

To achieve the desired texture and finish, KARV Automation offers a variety of surface finishing choices. Some of  the common surface finishing techniques include,

  • Anodizing
  • Painting
  • Etching
  • Polishing
  • Sanding
  • Chrome Plating

Applications

Automotive CNC machining helps with the production of several CNC automobile parts in addition to its various prototype uses.

  • Custom auto parts
  • Engines Assemblages
  • Intake Manifold
  • Interior Panels
  • Starter Motors
  • Cylinder Heads
  • Drive Axles
  • Gearboxes

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Vacuum Casting

Vacuum casting, a type of casting technique, is a fantastic way to create prototypes when you need multiple parts in different colors. This process produces cast polyurethane parts that are reasonably priced and have properties akin to those of thermoplastics used in injection molding. Silicone molds are used during vacuum casting to create plastic and rubber components. It is a very flexible manufacturing method to create intricate parts from cast nylon and polyurethane resins. Some of the popular materials used for vacuum casting are,

  • Polypropylene (PP)
  • Polycarbonate (PC)

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  • Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS)
  • Polyethylene (PE)
  • Polyurethane
  • Glass-Filled Nylon
  • Thermoplastic Polyurethane
  • Polyamide

At KARV Automation, we provide a variety of surface finishing solutions to obtain the desired surface texture. Some of the common surface finishing techniques include:

  • Chrome Plating
  • Pad Printing for color logo & texts
  • Painting
  • Sanding
  • Polishing
  • Etching

Applications of Vacuum Casting

  • Function testing & prototyping
  • AC vents
  • Dashboard assemblies
  • Mirror shells
  • Steering wheels
  • Control board panels

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Injection Molding

One of the most commonly used production methods for manufacturing plastic components or end-products is injection molding. This is appropriate given that it presents an easily executable method for mass-producing high-quality injection-molded vehicle parts using a variety of polymers. Automobile plastic injection molding is a crucial production technique in the automotive sector, where reliability, safety, and quality are of the utmost importance.

During the plastic injection molding process for automobiles, molten plastic is pressed into a mold. The finished product is removed from the mold once the plastic has had time to cool. In the automobile sector, plastic injection molding has practically unlimited applications.
Some of the most popular used for injection molding process at KARV Automation are,

  • Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS)
  • Polyamide (PA)

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  • Nylon
  • Polypropylene (PP)
  • Polyurethane (PU)
  • Polyvinyl chloride (PVC)
  • Reinforced composites
  • Poly methyl methacrylate (PMMA)

Applications of  Injection Molding

  • Components under-the-hood
  • Mudguards
  • Wheel arches
  • Grilles
  • Sensor holders
  • Floor rails
  • Trunk trims front
  • Rear coverings
  • Bumpers
  • Exterior car door trim
  • Door panels

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Laser Cutting

In order to melt and gasify materials, laser cutting involves scanning the surface of the material with a high-power density laser beam and rapidly heating it to several thousand to 10 thousand degrees. Industrial manufacturing makes extensive use of laser cutters, which are CNC machines that employ powerful laser light to cut materials. Laser cutters are frequently employed to produce precise welds and cut sheet metal. Other materials, such as rubber, wood, and others, can also be cut using a laser, in addition to metal.
In the automobile engineering sector, using laser production cutting has been a game-changing approach to attain amazing efficiency and high precision. A significant advancement of the automotive part manufacturing industry frequently employs laser cutting processes to create thousands of pieces with high levels of precision.
At KARV Automation, some of the materials that can be laser cut are

  • Stainless Steel
  • Aluminum

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  • Titanium
  • Brass
  • Copper
  • Plastic

Applications of Laser Cutting

  • Roofs
  • Floor Pans
  • Floor Rails and Roof Rails
  • Frame Rails and Cross members
  • Hoods
  • Fins and Fenders
  • Body Sides
  • Hot Stamped Components
  • Heat Shields
  • Seating Frames, Brackets, and Components
  • Doors and Lift Gates
  • Air Bag Components
  • Reinforcements

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Fabrication

The process of making a product or car model out of various raw materials through cutting, mixing, and assembling parts is known as fabrication technology. Instead of using pre-assembled parts, a method known as metal fabrication creates completed objects from raw materials. Aside from traditional manufacturing, sheet metal fabrication is consistently regarded as one of the most coveted industries worldwide. Given that many individuals prefer to retain their used cars in excellent condition, the automotive sector is perhaps the most major user of this metal production technology. Through cutting, perforating, bending, and assembly, sheet metal fabrication creates metal parts or products from flat sheets of steel or aluminum. Using this method, the sheet metal material may be shaped into practically any shape.

Some of the materials used for fabrication process at KARV Automation are,

  • Sheet Metal
  • Plastic

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  • Steel
  • Aluminum
  • Brass

Applications of Fabrication

  • Frame and suspension-system components
  • Dashboard
  • Seats
  • External Frames

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Extrusion

Vehicle builders are constantly striving for the most cost-effective and secure method of construction. They have found that the extrusions offer design flexibility and an affordable way to produce specialty parts for a variety of vehicles. Today, aluminum is used in almost every aspect of life. Aluminum is used in everything from everyday traffic tools to lighting and electronic products.
In addition to this frequent use of aluminum in daily life, aluminum extrusion machines are also used to make cars out of aluminum. The range of uses for aluminum extruded profiles in automobiles has significantly increased as a result of advancements in aluminum processing technology.
There are two types of extrusion process which employ different types of plastic and metal materials.

Plastic Extrusion

  • High impact polystyrene (HIPS)
  • PVC
  • Polyethylene

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  • Polypropylene
  • ABS

Metal Extrusion

  • Copper
  • Aluminum
  • Steel
  • Magnesium

Applications of Extrusion

  • Bumper anti-collision beam
  • Energy absorption box
  • Door anti-collision beam
  • Instrument panel bracket
  • Front girdle
  • Frame girder
  • Radiator and its bracket
  • Oil pipe
  • Sliding rail components
  • Heat exchanger rubber pipe joints

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3D Designing for Automotive Industry

3D Designing

Designers can specify and create rough layouts for the new vehicle using the 3D design process. The CAD system automatically creates high-quality surfaces that adhere to all of the design parameters. CAD also offers a wide range of 3D design tools and capabilities for better edge blending and chamfering. In order to provide quality, KARV Automation, a pioneer in industrial product design, provides on-demand CAD drafting services to a variety of industries.
Our engineers can create intricate geometries to push the limits of innovation since we are an innovative firm. KARV Automation is a complete reverse engineering and CAD modeling innovation hub that provides high-accuracy product creation.

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Some of the benefits of 3D designing services are

  • CAD design process saves a lot of time
  • Increased efficiency
  • CAD provides greater accuracy and fewer errors
  • Quicker project completion Time
  • Better oversight and control

Some of the high-end CAD Design Services provided by KARV Automation are

  • Conceptual Design
  • Jigs and Fixture Design
  • Product Design Development
  • Machine, Tools Design
  • Cooling Systems Design
  • Components/Parts Design & Development
  • Pumps, Compressors & Turbines Design

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3D Scanning

A 3D scanning technique needs to have certain qualities in order to be useful in the automotive industry. These characteristics include great adaptability to dark or reflective finishes, high efficiency, high precision, a large measuring volume, and the ability to record 3D data from complicated surfaces or hard-to-reach places. With millimeter-level accuracy, engines, panels, components, and other things may all be depicted in three dimensions. The entire automotive process—from design to production—can be optimized with 3D scanning.
Automobile companies frequently use 3D scanning services to perform procedures such as

  • Reverse Engineering
  • Component Restoration
  • Vehicle Customization
  • Quality Control
  • Inspection
  • New Product Development
Augmented Reality in Automotive Industry

Augmented Reality

Since this technology mixes human reality with digital content to broaden options and boost effectiveness in this cutthroat industry, augmented reality (AR) is becoming increasingly popular in automobile applications. In addition, an interactive experience that fuses the real environment with digital content is referred to as augmented reality. Real-world items are improved by computers by adding effects or showing characteristics that don’t exist in our current reality. In the automobile sector, augmented reality (AR) describes a method for manipulating 3D models or for improving the experience of maintaining a car. It can be used to develop scenarios to evaluate safety features or to enhance test drive prototypes by graphically presenting safety elements.

Augmented reality is creating the groundwork for Industry 4.0 in a variety of sectors. This state-of-the-art technology makes it possible to visualize the future of innovation in real time. KARV Automation supports businesses in the direction of Industry 4.0, from AR app creation to customized Web AR solutions.

Applications of AR in automotive industry

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  • Hands-on Training
  • Simplified Logistics
  • Product Development and Maintenance
  • Presentation Guides and Car Manuals
  • Improved Maintenance
  • AR for Design Validation

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Contract Manufacturing

In the automobile sector, contract manufacturing entails a car maker entering into a formal agreement with a business to produce automotive components or finished goods. Automobile contract manufacturing is becoming more and more popular among businesses as a way to cut costs, access the expertise and technology resources of car manufacturers, and get the quality assurance they need for their goods. Regardless of the project size, KARV Automation provides a high-end contract manufacturing service that handles all industrial manufacturing needs.

KARV Automation provides contract manufacturing services both domestically and abroad. KARV Automation also has workshops in China, India, Australia, and Europe from which it can offer offshore services. KARV Automation services enable firms to conserve resources and lower manufacturing costs. KARV Automation can help you bring your product to market quickly and economically with our on-demand contract manufacturing in the USA and adjacent areas, including Texas, Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, Seattle, Detroit, North Carolina, and others.To help you expand your business more quickly, KARV Automation guarantees the best possible work standards across the board.

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Type Of Automobile Parts We Manufacture at KARV Automation

KARV Automation helps automotive industry manufacturers by supporting the automobile production of intricate prototypes, reducing tooling cycles, generating high-tech replacement parts, and streamlining vehicle testing. KARV Automation also helps automakers change and customize a number of auto parts and accessories, such as the engine, auto parts, lights, and exterior and interior components.

Light Covers: Automobile prototypes occasionally require transparent elements that are visibly printed. These could be anything from a clear manifold plate for fluid flow studies to a car’s headlight lens. Reflex Reflectors are plastic components that are vacuum cast or injection molded and then put together to make headlights. High-end 3D engineering services are capable of manufacturing such delicate automotive components with the utmost accuracy.

Engine blocks: One use for 3D printing that stands out is the additive production of engine components. Engineers are no longer bound by the limitations of traditional manufacturing thanks to layer-based production. Vacuum casting techniques also make it possible for the auto industry to mass-produce components like engines. An engine and all of its components can be optimized using 3D engineering services to reduce consumption, increase performance and efficiency, save resources, and reduce the weight of the vehicle.

Internal and External Components: When creating auto parts, certain preferences or requirements of customers may be taken into account. Car parts manufacturers may readily build internal and external components that are designed for ergonomics, such as steering wheels, knobs, switches, buttons, and even the seat, using all practical 3D engineering techniques, such as CNC machining, fabrication, vacuum casting, and laser cutting.

Car Accessories; A variety of metals are used in 3D engineering techniques like vacuum casting, injection molding, and CNC machining to make auto parts like dashboards, accessories, and control elements. Another additive processing technique that can be performed on them is high-speed sintering.

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