Isotropic Mass Finishing for Surface Integrity and Part Performance : Products Finishing

Isotropic Mass Finishing for Surface Integrity and Part Performance : Products Finishing.

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Isotropic Mass Finishing for Surface Integrity and Part Performance : Products Finishing

The costs of neglecting to consider deburring and surface conditioning in production planning and engineering can be substantial. Frequently overlooked, however, are the potentially serious problems that can develop from the ad hoc and interim solutions that are selected to deal with what now has become—in some instances—a manufacturing crisis.


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David A. Davidson – Deburring/Surface Finishing Specialist

(e) dryfinish@gmail.com
http://www.linkedin.com/in/ddavidsondeburr
(T) 509-230-6821

Professional Background –
PUBLICATIONS: Technical Articles published by: 
    Metal Finishing,
    Metal Finishing Guidebook and  Directory 
    Products Finishing,
    Final Finishing Technology
    Finisher’s Management
    Plastics Engineering
    The Finishing Line
    The Fabricator
    Abrasives Magazine
    The Shot Peener
    Gear Solutions
    Clean Tech   
     Cutting Tool Engineering
MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING


OFFICES:
Society of Manufacturing Engineers, Senior Member, [Burr, Edge and Surface Technology Division], Dearborn, MI. 1983-1993

Society of Manufacturing Engineers
, CHAIR: Deburring, Edge-Finish, Surface Conditioning Tech Group- 2005
2007 Chair:  Spokane WA Chapter 248;
2010 C0-Chair  Machining/Metal Removal Technical Community

Mass Finishing Job Shops Association
, Kalamazoo, MI., Vice Chairman; 1990, Chairman  1991, Executive Director  1993-1995;

Deburring and Surface Conditioning
, SME biannual conference and exhibits, Technical paper author and presenter, 1985, 1987, 1989, 1991, 1993, 1995, 1999, 2004

Technical Papers; White papers by:
  Society of Manufacturing Engineers
  Society of Plastics Engineers
  Association of Electro-platers and Surface Finishers
   Manufacturing Jewelers and Silversmiths Association
   Association for Finishing Processes
   Consortium on Deburring and Edge Finishing

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