HongKong Leecheer Prototype Manufacturing Limited is the most professional prototype manufacturing and service supplier.We manage including CNC prototype,SLA prototype,SLS prototype,sheetmetal prototype,short run production processing method ,etc. it is a subcompany of DongGuan Leecheer which is use to develop oversea maket .
Dongguan Leecheer prototype manufacturing Limited is located in No.37,Changshen Road (S),Dalang Town,Dongguan City,Guangdong Province,China.The area of industrial plant is about 1000 square meters, now we are equipped with two sets of SLA Rapid Shaping Machine,one SLS machine, 8 sets of CNC Engraving and Milling Machine, 2 sets of Vacuum casting Machine , and Sandblasting machine, UV machine, Lathes, Milling Machines and other equipments.We specialize in producing the product model for our customers and can do spray paint,electroplating, laser carving, wiredrawing, sandblasting, screen printing, pad printing, Spray UV and other post-processings to stand out our customers' design idea!
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