CNC punched reflector aluminium
These large lighting reflector panels have been CNC punched out using common line cutting where possible but still retaining enough strength within the nest to run a full sheet without stopping. The lighting reflector panels are used to construct an eight piece assembled reflector for light fittings installed in industrial green houses. The Miro4 material has a plastic protective film which once peeled off reveals a highly polished surface and a very efficient lighting reflector.
Reflector aluminium CNC punched nest
The small reflectors have been CNC punched from a pre-anodised semi-specular material from Alanod. The blank shown here is bent up into a small housing which fits inside an aluminium casting and directs all the light output through a cover glass. The final light fitting is installed in walls near stair ways to add an accent of light to each stair in hotels and receptions areas. Again, we can see that we have worked to use common line cutting to reduce manufacturing time on the punch press and fit as many on a sheet as possible to keep the part cost as low as possible.
CNC punched Alanod 33PG reflector aluminium used for a light fitting
Great image of a reflector CNC punched from Alanod 33PG pre-anodised aluminium reflector material. The parts have been CNC punched out from a standard sheet on our Trumpf 200R CNC punch press using a range of standard CNC tooling which can be accessed on our web site tooling library pages. All the tabs seen here will be fitted into slots in mating reflectors to provide an easy method of assembly for our customer without any fixings to work about. We are always looking for new ways to help our customers save money and improve their product designs, give us a try if you have any sheet metal lighting products you want manufacturing.