Project information

  • Product name: Searchlight Prototype
  • Where used: fit and assemble check and function testing
  • Client Industry: Lighting
  • Quantity: 3
  • Technical process: CNC Machining
  • Accuracy: +/-0.2
  • Lead time: 5 Calendar days
  • Price: $300-$1000 per piece

A searchlight, also known as a spot light, is a powerful light fixture designed to produce a concentrated beam of light that can be directed in a specific direction. Searchlights are commonly used in various applications, including outdoor events, concerts, movie premieres, promotional displays, and emergency situations. These lights are capable of illuminating large areas over great distances and are highly visible even in dark or low-light conditions.

Prototypes for search light allow designers to test and optimize the beam control and focus mechanisms to ensure that the searchlight can accurately direct the light beam to the desired location.

Technical Data

PartMaterialqualityProcessColorPost treatment
lens Glass 3CNC machining Clear Polishing to high gloss
CupAluminum 3CNC machiningNature 
supportABS3CNC machiningBlack Panting, 


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