Tag Archives: Surface finishing
Fine-blanking can achieve flatness and cut edge characteristics that are unobtainable by conventional stamping and punching methods and surface finishing adds additional value. Fine blanking is capable of combining several steps normally required by traditional stamping making this procedure a … Continue reading
One of the most technically challenging aspects of mass finishing is the ability to effectively treat the internal channels of precision components. This is especially true in industries which face very stringent requirements, such as; automotive, aerospace, tooling and … Continue reading
Often engineering drawings call for a range of surface roughness. Traditionally this is a roughness value expressed in Ra although other measurement types such as Rz are becoming more common. But what do they mean?