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New Wesco

  1. 1. New Wesco, Inc.Represented by: Sessions Co., LLC<br />Hot Forgings, Die Castings & Sand Castings<br />
  2. 2. Metal fabricator and manufacturer with factories in China<br />Hot Forgings, Die Castings & Sand Castings, with extensive secondary finishing capability.<br />Factories are ISO 9000 certified and QS certified<br />New Wesco, Inc.<br />
  3. 3. Parts that are good candidates for Forging:<br />Medium to high volume<br />Gray iron, ductile iron, steel, stainless steel, bronze, brass, zinc, or aluminum<br />Part geometry favorable to one axis forming, with the parting line capable of lying on a plane through the center of the part<br />Higher strength required than an equivalent cast or machined part<br />Moderate tolerances<br />Good surface finish<br />Some secondary machining or finishing acceptable<br />Why Hot Forging?<br />
  4. 4. Parts that are good candidates for Die Casting:<br />Moderately complex geometry<br />Some drafts, fillet radii acceptable<br />Consistent wall thickness<br />Good or very good surface finish required<br />Aluminum or zinc<br />Medium to high volume<br />Small to medium size<br />Good tolerances<br />Why Die Casting?<br />
  5. 5. Parts that are good candidates for Sand Casting:<br />Low to medium volumes<br />Medium to large size<br />Simple geometry<br />Good surface finish<br />Moderate tolerances<br />Low strength requirements<br />Draft and fillet radii acceptable<br />Consistent wall thicknesses<br />Some secondary machining and finishing acceptable<br />Wide selection of materials<br />Capable of being cast in 2 axes – no side pulls required<br />Why Sand Casting?<br />
  6. 6. Comparison of processes<br />106<br />Metal<br />Injection<br />Molding<br />Powder<br />Metallurgy<br />105<br />QUANTITY<br />Die Casting<br />104<br />Investment<br />Casting<br />Machining<br />103<br />Low<br />Medium<br />High<br />COMPLEXITY<br />
  7. 7. Materials:<br />Gray iron (Forging, Sand Casting)<br />Ductile iron (Forging, Sand Casting)<br />Steel (Forging, Sand Casting)<br />Stainless steel (Forging, Sand Casting)<br />Bronze (Forging, Sand Casting)<br />Brass (Forging, Sand Casting)<br />Zinc (Forging, Die Casting & Sand Casting)<br />Aluminum (Forging, Die Casting & Sand Casting)<br />Other processes:<br />Investment Casting<br />Machining<br />Stamping<br />Deep Drawing<br />Welding<br />Cold Heading<br />Head Treating<br />Metal Injection Molding<br />Plastic Injection Molding<br />Tool Making<br />Capabilities<br />
  8. 8. Oil & Gas<br />Valves<br />Automotive/Agriculture<br />Cast Exhaust Manifolds<br />Dairy Equipment Parts<br />Brass Joints<br />Elbows<br />Housings <br />Industries served<br />
  9. 9. Oil & Gas - Valves<br />
  10. 10. Automotive/Agriculture – Cast Exhaust Manifolds<br />
  11. 11. Die Castings<br />
  12. 12. Sand Castings<br />
  13. 13. Stampings<br />
  14. 14. Deep Drawing<br />
  15. 15. On-time delivery <br />Competitive pricing based on annual quantities<br />Quotes are in US dollars <br />ISO 9000 and QS certified <br />Materials certificates of compliance <br />Experience with a wide range of materials <br />New Wesco offers to its customers:<br />
  16. 16. New Wesco, Inc. www.newwesco.com<br />Mr. Julian Zhao<br />376 Lemon Creek Drive, Suite A,Walnut, CA 9178<br />Ph: 909-595-8038 or 909-595-8094<br />Fax: 909-595-8136<br />E-mail: julianzhao@newwesco.com<br />Sessions Co., LLC<br />Mr. George Sessions<br />PO Box 22901<br />Portland, OR 97269<br />Ph: 503-659-9958<br />Fax: 503-344-4631<br />E-mail: sessionsco@comcast.net<br />Contact information<br />
  17. 17. Thank you!<br />

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