Jun 272018

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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.
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