Ultimate technology: In pursuit of the "thinnest" critical pointWaffer Technology has successfully developed the fluidity craftsmanship on magnesium alloy in the die-casting process, and has reached the stage of economical mass production, which not only improve the acceptable yield rate but more significantly is able to achieve 0.6mm of the “thinnest” critical point.
Diversified development: aiming to satisfy varied specification needs
Focusing more than on 3C products, Waffer Technology strives for more diversified development; it is actively applying magnesium alloy and aluminum alloy with varied characteristics.
Under the requisite of reducing surface treatment, improving magnesium alloy’s corrosion resistance is able to truthfully showcase magnesium alloy’s metallic luster and sheen to satisfy the increasing emphasis on appearance sought by various industries, and also helps to contribute to the enterprise’s environmental social responsibility.
In the application of various types of aluminum alloys, Waffer Technology primarily focuses on function-led development; for instance, customers that require operating a host of equipment in severe weather conditions tend to require a higher specification of quality demands, which is also one of the directions that Waffer Technology is actively developing.
Stringent safeguarding the source of materials
Of all the materials Waffer Technology uses, vendors are not only mandated to supply a compliance certification file, but all materials, prior to use, are required to undergo quality testing and certification at Waffer Technology’s internal laboratories. In addition to magnesium alloy, aluminum alloy, zinc alloy materials and so forth, Waffer Technology also conducts mechanical properties, metallurgic, hardness and chemical compositional analyses on the tools used to ensure there is no discrepancy in the steel quality and to ascertain the tools’ operating life cycle.