Medical camera housings, (shown (L)as after centrifugal finish and (R) as machined) note how milling marks and stepovers have been completely blended in a short high intensity CBF (centrifugal barrel finishing) operation. The as machined surface hs been transformed to an isotropic surface which is much more desirable if plating or coatings will be required.
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