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Jun 272018
 

If you are going to check the quotation of auto metal parts cmm holding fixture made in China from one of the famous auto metal parts cmm holding jig manufacturers and suppliers in China, It is always at your service.
1. Design and manufacture CMM holding fixture for auto metal parts
2. All Design 100% according to customer requirement.
3. Supply OEM Service
4. Material:steel/Aluminium/Resin
5. ISO 9001:2015 Certificate
6. High quality and competitive price.
7. Design 7 days,manufacturing 30 days
8. Excellent after sale service.
9. Delivery term:EXW,FOB,CIF,DDU,DDP
10. R&R study, 3rd Party certification
11. shipping:By Ocean/by Air.
We manufacture inertia/exterior checking fixture, panel (stamping parts) checking fixture, trim
parts (plastic parts) checking fixture, body assembly (body side checking fixture, engine
compartment checking fixture, front floor checking fixture, rear floor checking fixture, body main
checking fixture, body opening checking fixture, check gauge, closure checking fixture) checking
fixture for car in Sunyuu. Auto stamping parts CMM holding fixture suppliers
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