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The 
Production Flow .

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Step by step
of the basic
production flow

1. Product Design

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3. Finishing Works

An important step in restoring the products, because it can remove scratches or any bumpy surface. The sanding process evens out the products so that minor flaws in the products disappear and also do not interfere with the other refinishing.

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5. Spray Paint Work .

Using a quality paint will ensure interior and exterior walls and trim look great for longer as the formula is made to hold up against regular wear and in all types of environmental conditions. 

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7. Wrapping .

Wrapping the products is to protect the products from any damage that could happen during transport, handling and storage.

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9. Installation .

A process where the product installed either for exterior or interior of the  building. 

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2. Computer Numerical Control [CNC]

The use of software embedded in a microcomputer attached to the tool. Used to control, automate, and monitor the movements of a machine.

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4. Welding

A fabrication process whereby two or more parts are fused together forming a shape based on the products, hence to support the products.

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6. Quality Work .

A  process to ensure that product quality meet the standard either safety or efficacy is maintained or improved, before the products ready to be shipped.

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8. Shipping

Deliver the products on the scheduled time to client's doorstep with care.

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10. Complete .

Enjoy. 

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