DEK is your one-stop partner for high-quality products, we make on-demand machining & manufacturing easy and fast, from prototyping to end-part production.
If you have a high volume order of precision parts and are searching for a high-quality manufacturer that’s affordable, DEK is what you need. Our advanced technology and automated processes allow us to offer mass production of parts with tight tolerances and a 40% shorter delivery time.
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DEK uses the latest cutting-edge manufacturing technology, which allows us to automate and optimize many processes and offer the best prices on the market. We leave no space for human error and offer our clients consistently high product quality. With DEK, you save 60-80% of your costs!
DEK offers mass production of parts with tight tolerances and high precision needs. We can manufacture parts with any geometry, shape, or form, no matter how complex. With DEK, you can get parts in high volume orders from all materials and industries, with unlimited customization possibilities.
DEK uses the latest CNC machining technologies, including 3-, 4-, and 5-axis CNC machines. That allows us to offer on-demand services with a quick turnaround at any quantity, including mass production and high volume. DEK is an all-around parts supplier and can also provide CNC milling, turning, and drilling services.
With DEK’s advanced plastic injection molding machines, we accept high-volume orders and can get your plastic parts customized, manufactured, and delivered at the speed of light. Injection molding is the most cost-efficient and accurate way to mass-produce plastic parts in quantities of several million pieces a month.
If you need mass production of metal parts with complex details made of steel, stainless steel, or even high-temperature alloys, DEK is the perfect supplier for you! With our revolutionary metal injection molding service, you’ll get your parts produced in a single step with the most high-quality materials.
Do you need a cost-effective way to mass manufacture larger parts? If yes, then DEK’s on-demand die casting service is the best solution! We design casts customized to your parts and produce your high-volume order with the highest level of accuracy, quality, and a record turnaround time.
DEK offers mass production of stamped metal parts in industries like medical, automotive, aerospace, consumer products, and more. We take pride in our metal stamping service and provide high quality and durability at an affordable cost. With DEK, you’ll experience the fastest turnaround time on the market.
If you need aluminum extrusion services with all types of surface finishes and coatings available, DEK is a leading supplier on the market! Thanks to our cutting-edge technology, we can offer custom extrusions and handle large volume orders while preserving our high quality and guaranteeing durability.
Before you, we have successfully manufactured 72M+ different parts.
Working with market leaders in the On-demand manufacturing industry, without the busyness and risk.
With DEK, you’ll never have to worry about the quality, safety, and durability of your parts. Expert engineers will overlook the manufacturing process, and we’ll use high-quality materials only.
DEK’s automated processes and streamlined workflows allow us to cut production costs and offer a budget-friendly mass production service to our clients without compromising quality.
One of DEK’s best features is the on-demand service, letting us satisfy any client need. Whether it’s for single prototypes, low volume, or mass production orders, DEK can help.
When you choose DEK for your mass production needs, you get 24/7 client support. We’re here to assist you and collaborate with every step of the manufacturing process.
With DEK as your mass production parts supplier, you get endless customization possibilities. We’ll help you at each step, from initial design to end-product.
DEK is an all-around supplier! We have the most advanced technology for mass-producing parts, including CNC machining, plastic and metal injection molding, die casting, metal stamping, aluminum extrusion, and more.
To DEK, Dr. Deming’s textbook remark is not a theory, but a practice we have been conducting every single day. We work on the principle that quality comes during the process of manufacturing, not after the fact.
We use advanced production technologies and strict control systems to ensure high quality. More importantly, the quality-oriented attitude has been so entrenched in the mind of every single employee.
Through the online form or send an email to email@example.com directly, and please describe your requirements in detail and attach 2D/3D drawings, then you will get our reply within 6 hours.
Yes! Other suppliers are afraid of precision parts, but we like precision parts very much. This is because we have rich experience in the production of precision mold components, the tolerance we did can reach ±0.001mm, which is impossible for 99.9% of prototype manufacturers.
Yes, we understand the importance of prototypes to you, so we will sign a confidentiality agreement and fully comply with it.
Definitely! Our predecessor is precision machining shop, and 100% inspection of each part is our daily basic work. We will check the size, tolerance, color, and other details before leaving the factory. If you need an inspection report, we will send it with goods together.
I was very surprised how DEK managed to streamline the complicated mass production process. The communication was excellent, and we received a mass batch with consistent quality and accuracy of each part.
DEK has been our mass production partner for our automotive needs for a little over a year. They’re ready to jump on order fulfillment right away and have all the technologies we need for our parts.
If you still have questions related to the mass production of parts and how DEK can help you, here are some frequently asked questions on the subject:
There are many benefits to mass production of machined parts:
Mass production is much better than low volume orders or small batches in terms of efficiency and generating as little waste as possible.
Mass production orders typically have a lower cost per item since the materials can be ordered in bulk, and the manufacturing line is set up once. That means that in the end, a single item will have a much lower price than the same item in a low-volume order.
And, naturally, mass production results in increased accuracy and consistency of the parts’ geometries, shapes, and other properties. Each item will be identical to the rest since they will use the same program on our machines.
Here are some of the cons or disadvantages of mass production of metal or plastic parts:
Mass production requires higher initial costs since you’re ordering in bulk. However, our clients find worth in this since they save a lot in the long run. We already mentioned that the bulk price per single item is always lower than in small batches. So, by ordering in bulk, our clients actually save in the long run.
The last disadvantage you have to consider before choosing mass production is the lack of flexibility. In CNC machining, we program and set up the project specifications once, and the entire batch will have those features. Making changes can be difficult once manufacturing has started.
However, with our cutting-edge 3D printing, flexibility is still possible, even in bulk orders.
Our clients typically choose our mass production services when bulk parts are needed for their secondary manufacturing processes or when they already have a placement for their product.
A high-volume order is more efficient and gives you maximum accuracy since the machines are programmed once, guaranteeing the production of identical parts. Due to the reduced manufacturing complexity in mass production and reduced material sourcing prices, you’ll enjoy a reduced price per item.
The life cycle of a product (in this case, a part) typically goes through several stages, culminating in mass production as a final stage. Here’s what it takes to get from an idea to mass manufacturing:
At the first stage, you conceive the product idea and research its market fit. Then, you typically form an idea or a concept of the functionality and appearance of your product. You estimate your monthly/yearly needs and the costs related to the eventual mass production of the needed parts.
At this stage, you start designing the part and create a sample using CAD or 3D models. Product design can be divided into three sub-categories:
Once you pass the design stage, it’s time to build your first prototype. You can choose an on-demand manufacturer like DEK to design, customize, and manufacture your prototype from any material you need.
Once your prototype is done, you can analyze its design and usability, make any changes needed, and order your first small batch. A flexible and reliable manufacturer like DEK can help you a lot with this since we adjust to everyone’s needs – we do prototypes, low volume, and mass production orders.
With plastic injection molding, we literally inject molten materials like thermoplastics into molds. Plastic injection molding is a cost-effective way to manufacture identical parts in bulk, so it’s the perfect process for the mass production of plastic parts.
We often use injection molding for automotive parts, toys, bottle caps, and even compact pocket combs. Plastic injection molding can be used for small or large parts.
With the help of 3-axis, 4-axis, and 5-axis CNC machining, you can get high precision plastic parts made of many different materials like Acrylic, ABS, Polycarbonate, Nylon 6/6, Polypropylene, PEEK, and more.
We typically use CNC machining when you need mass production of high-precision parts with tight tolerances.
There are seven main technologies for mass manufacturing of metal parts:
CNC machining of metal parts is used when you need high accuracy parts with tight tolerances manufactured quickly. CNC machining leaves no space for human error and can help you get the most complex forms and geometries to perfection.
With the help of 3-axis, 4-axis, and 5-axis machines, you can bring every metal piece to perfection by using any metal alloys you need. In DEK, we work with a wide variety of metals such as aluminum, stainless steel, titanium, tool steel, and any other material on demand of our clients.
Die casting is a cost-efficient way to mass-produce larger metal parts or products such as containers, gas engine chambers, and similar. For mass production of oversized items, die casting is a much simpler and affordable way to go.
On the other hand, if you need smaller parts with complex geometries and intricate details, die casting probably isn’t the right technology for your needs.
We use metal stamping machines when we want to produce certain parts in high volumes. Depending on the part needed, you can choose between three different types of metal stamping: progressive die metal stampings (most common), deep drawn metal stampings, or multi-slide metal stampings.
With metal stamping, you can create different bicycle parts, aerospace and automotive parts, and more.
Metal injection molding is different from die casting because it produces smaller parts with more complex designs at a higher volume. With the help of MIM, we can create complex parts in a single step. As a technology, metal injection molding is used when we need a high tensile strength of the finished parts.
With aluminum extrusion technology, we can transform aluminum alloys into thousands of different parts used in electronics, telecommunication, automotive, bridge decking, and other industries.
Aluminum extrusion can help you create various cross-sectional profiles of your parts by simply pushing the heated aluminum alloy through the appropriate die. Like this, you can get solid, semi-hollow, or hollow parts for your needs.
Fiber lasers have different wavelengths, which allow us to perform precise cutting of metal parts. We use fiber laser cutting when we have the tiniest and most complex geometries that are impossible to achieve otherwise.
The fiber laser cutting technology is used for producing delicate parts in the automotive industry, healthcare and medical, jewelry, etc.
Forging is a metal part manufacturing technology most commonly used in engine and transmission parts, but its applications can be used in many industries. For instance, we can use forging to create parts for aerospace, automotive, electricity generation or transmission, power tools, and more.
Our clients typically choose forging mass production when they need parts with extraordinary strength and heat resistance.
Contrary to popular belief, 3D printing plays a significant role in mass manufacturing. The advantages of 3D printing are countless. Firstly, 3D printing is a much more flexible technology, and it’s easier to make changes or corrections in the production line.
Secondly, 3D printing has no limitations on geometry or shape complexity. And thirdly, it can be used with many different materials and produce tiny details that are impossible to get otherwise.
Choosing the right mass production technology depends on many different things:
If you aren’t sure what technology you need, you can request a quote for free, and we will help you decide based on your project specifications.
In mass production of machined parts, we have to be careful of:
Yes! DEK is a leading on-demand manufacturer, and we provide mass production of plastic and metal parts in any quantities. We adjust to clients’ needs and can manufacture parts in many industries with the highest accuracy, quality, and turnaround time.
All you need to do is prepare your CAD or 3D model and upload them when you submit a quote, and we’ll get back to you in as little as 6 hours.
Yes, we do. Often, the end parts will need specific properties that cannot be achieved through the initial machining process. In cases like these, we use different surface finishings and coatings to get the result and features we need.
Yes! DEK provides part assembly as part of our on-demand services. After we produce your bulk order, we can set up and customize your assembly line and deliver your ready end parts with a fast turnaround.
Our services come with an included CMM inspection and quality testing of all your assembled products.
DEK is a leading on-demand manufacturer with advanced technologies and capabilities, including high-tech CNC machining, 3D printing, injection molding, die casting, fiber laser cutting, and more. Here’s why DEK is the best partner for your mass production:
We take care of the shipping depending on the quantity of the parts you’ve ordered. For small quantities, we recommend express options such as DHL, UPS, or FedEx. Airfreight is a cheap and fast shipping option.
On the other hand, if we’re talking about mass production and bulk orders, or for heavy items, we recommend shipping by sea as a more affordable option.
With DEK, you don’t need to worry about anything! We have a professional logistics supply chain and rich transportation experience, and can even assist in customs clearance to deliver the goods directly to your doorstep.
We know your time is precious, so we don’t want to waste it. That’s why we’ve built an efficient way for you to get a quick quote and decide if we’re a match!
We’ll take a look at your project right away and get back to you with a quote within a maximum of 6 hours! We strive to be as quick as possible and as accurate as possible with our quotes, and we work completely transparently throughout the entire manufacturing process.
As a result, your mass production order will be fulfilled with the highest quality and the fastest possible turnaround time.