CNC Machining Sensor Parts Services

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Custom CNC Machined Sensor Parts for General Purpose Vehicles

Multiple CNC Machining Processes and Surface Finishes

What Is the Sensor?

A sensor, also referred to as a measuring element or transducer, is designed to detect a prescribed measurement and transform it into an output signal that can be utilized based on a particular set of rules.

Typically, a sensor consists of three components: a sensitive element, a conversion element, and a basic conversion circuit.

A sensor is a tangible apparatus or organic component that has the ability to detect and perceive external signals, chemical composition (such as smoke), as well as physical factors (for example, light, heat, or humidity), while additionally transferring the identified data to other devices or parts of the body. The sensor accommodates the demands of information transfer, control, storage, display, recording, and processing requirements, establishing itself as the initial component for achieving automatic detection and control mechanisms.


The Function of the Sensor


The sensor is often likened to the five human senses, which include hearing for sound-sensitive sensors, vision for photosensitive sensors, taste for chemical sensors, touch for pressure-sensitive, temperature-sensitive, tactile for fluid sensors, and smell for air sensors.

Sensitive components are classified into three main categories:

  • Physics-based sensors rely on physical effects such as sound, force, heat, light, magnetism, and electricity.
  • Chemistry-based sensors that operate on chemical reactions.
  • Biology-based sensors function through molecular recognition abilities like hormones, enzymes, and antibodies.

Sensors can be typically divided into ten major categories based on their primary sensing functions, including radiation sensors, color sensors, thermal elements, photosensitive elements, gas sensors, force sensors, magnetic sensors, humidity sensors, taste sensors, and acoustic sensors.

CNC Machined Sensors We Work With

Due to their exceptional properties such as reliability, speed, efficiency, and precision, CNC machined parts are increasingly utilized within the equipment manufacturing industry, particularly within the automotive sector which uses the latest technologies in automation, computing, and measurement, and is equipped with an assortment of sensors to enhance their flexibility, versatility, reliability, along with ease of use and maintenance.

Runsom Precision is one of the top CNC machining suppliers in China in the production of custom CNC machined sensor parts. Our incredible precision CNC machining capabilities enable us to manufacture sensors of all types, especially sensors in automotive industries.

Our high-quality CNC machined sensor parts are widely used for applications across various industries and serve as crucial accessories for devices used in aerospace, medical, automotive, electronic, communication, and other sectors. We offer comprehensive one-stop CNC machining services, incorporating optimal technology, appropriate materials, and competitive pricing for precision CNC machining of sensor components.





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For specific situations where resistance to water, dust, and high temperatures is necessary, precision CNC machining is used to create sensor housing parts such as the temperature sensor housing. At Runsom Precision, our automotive sensor housings are finely crafted to ensure high levels of accuracy, and once assembled, are designed to prevent components from becoming damaged by water or dust and aging prematurely.