Jack Lin
Jack Lin
Senior Manager at InnoConn
New Taipei, Taiwan
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Company Website: InnoConn

ABOUT InnoConn:

Innoconn,a subsidiary of FIH Mobile, the world's largest and fastest growing multinational company in the fields of manufacturing services providers (including CEM, EMS, ODM and CMMS players) for Computer, Communication and Consumer electronics industries, has expert team to support all your request in developng & manufacture field with more than 25 yesar experience.

FIH Mobile Limited -- a subsidiary of the world's largest and fastest growing multinational company in the fields of manufacturing services providers (including CEM, EMS, ODM and CMMS players) for Computer, Communication and Consumer electronics industries, Hon Hai Precision -- is the global leader in the handset and wireless communications manufacturing and service. From joint design and development to after-sales services, our highly integrated array of capabilities is designed to provide our customers with high speed, high volume, high quality, high flexibility and low cost solutions.

We invite you to learn more about why we've become a strategic partner for today's technology innovators, and how we can provide you with the full range of end-to-end services you need to stay competitive in today's expanding global communications marketplace.



Industrial Design/ID


Mechanical Design


Metal formation

Metal Forming

Metal parts offer excellent structural integrity and reduced thickness for your mobile phone. As an industry leader of metal forming, FIH owns the forming know-how for metals, such as stainless steel, aluminum, magnesium, etc.

For conventional metal forming techniques, we have mass-production experiences in stamping, forging, die-casting, extrusion, metal injection molding, and CNC to form structures of different shapes, properties, and costs. Additionally, we have also developed new technology processes, such as profile cold-rolling, super-plastic forming, and seamless welding, etc., that can meet customer’s future structural demands.

FIH’s current strategy is to focus on aluminum alloy applications in order to stay on top of the industry food chain tomorrow.

Decorations on Metals

Metallic surfaces provide premium look and feel to add values to your mobile phones. Therefore, FIH has invested heavily into surface decoration techniques on metallic substrates.

For visual effect decorations, we have mass-production experiences in PVD, ED, anodizing, printing, ink filling, painting etc. to bring vibrant colors to metallic substrates. Additionally, we have also developed ways to use the above techniques to create new effects such as two-tone effects, gradient effects, and high-gloss effects to create interesting visual looks.

For textural surface treatments, we have mass-production experience of polishing, sandblasting, brushing, chemical etching, laser marking and perforation, etc. Additionally, we have developed new surface treatment technology processes such as enameling, powder coating, diamond cutting, roller forming, etc., to introduce additional patterns on metallic substrates.

FIH’s current strategy is to explore areas in functional coatings that would further protect the premium values of metallic surfaces.

Plastics Forming

Plastics can be easily molded to highly complex structures to suit customer needs at low cost. Foxconn Technology Group already has decades of injection molding experience, and now FIH also has plastic CNC capabilities to fully exploit plastics’ strengths.

We have developed new insert- and two-shot molding technology to allow new integration designs, such as glass insert molding, visual artwork Insert molding, metal adhesive molding, two-shot depth effect, two shot waterproof sealing, etc. Lastly, FIH will continuously try new resins as they become available, such as high-performance resins and environmentally-friendly resins; some of these resin recipes are even developed in FIH!

Decorations on Plastics

Plastic surfaces can be decorated in a wide range of ways; the only limit is your imagination. When it comes to decoration options on plastic surfaces, FIH offers the most comprehensive portfolio in the industry.

For visual effect decorations, we have mass production experiences in conventional techniques such as painting, NCVM, IML, IMD, printing, etc. Additionally, we have capabilities to do laser marking, NMVM (non-metallic PVD), and advanced printing on plastic surfaces.

For textural surface treatments, we have mass production capabilities for soft-touch painting, selective electroplating, logo assembly, etc. Our latest development in this area includes metallic logo, leather and fiber series applications, special in-mold textures, etc.

Lastly, FIH is developing next-generation, mostly automated coating-and-assembly lines to stay ahead of FIH’s competitors.

Tooling Design

Foxconn Technology Group began as a humble tool shop and grows to become the world’s biggest 3C manufacturer. Whether you need service in manufacturability review or tooling, FIH has the solution for you. FIH’s staff takes pride in their "Can-Do" attitude because we provide diverse resources from project managers, project engineers, to tooling engineers, all experienced and eager to develop your project from start to finish. FIH is truly a one-stop shop for all of your needs.

On-site customer support

Early Supplier Involvement meetings

On-site design reviews/ design camps

Video conferencing for large meetings

Tooling Capabilities

Plastic and metal injection molding


Two-shot molding

In-Mold Decoration/Labeling (IMD/IML) options

Extrusion options

Magnesium, aluminum, copper, and zinc die-casting

Sheet metal stamping

Computer Assisted Engineering Services

C-MOLD simulation software to predict flow, pack, cool, stress, shrink, warp

Failure modes and effects analysis (FMEA)

Pro-Engineer and Catia




Qualification Packages

FAI (First Article Inspection) & Cpk

Quality Control Plan

Process Flow Diagram

Material Certification

COC (Certificate of Compliance)

GRR (Gage Repeat-ability & reproducible)

Software Development


Manufacturing and Assembly