What is the process for manufacturing special purpose machine?

The process for producing special purpose machine usually involves several stages, including design, processing, assembly, and testing: 

1. Design stage: Based on customer requirements, Purros will design and plan the engineering scheme for the machine. This stage requires collaboration among mechanical engineers, electrical engineers, and automation engineers, to design a machine that meets the customer's needs.

2. Processing stage: After the machine's design is determined, the manufacturer will begin processing the components, including processes such as casting, forging, turning, milling, and surface treatments such as spraying and electrophoresis.

3. Assembly stage: After processing is completed, each component is sent to the assembly workshop. Here, workers will assemble the machine step by step according to the design drawings, which also requires expertise in mechanical, electrical, and automation fields to ensure that the machine can operate correctly.

4. Testing stage: Once the machine is assembled, it needs to undergo several testing procedures, including deviation testing, operation testing, and load testing. After testing is completed, the equipment can be sent to the customer's site for formal operation. 

The entire production process requires rigorous organization and strict quality inspections to produce special purpose machine that meet the customer's requirements.