High-speed automated isotropic finishing and polishing for improved performance of precision parts Continue reading Centrifugal Isotropic Finishing Operations on Precision Parts [video]
ABOVE: Isotropic Micro-Finishing Photography by Mark Riley, BV Products For process development assistance and free sample processing contact: Dave Davidson … Continue reading Change of Surface Stresses (tensile vs. compressive) with Centrifugal Isotropic Finishing
SME Member: Share Your Story (Sample)
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The applications list shown below was compiled by a major OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) of finishing equipment. As you can see by examining some of the commercial applications listed, a lot more goes on in mass finishing than just simple deburring. These applications say as much about the ingenuity of the people who developed them as it does about the versatility of the various processes involved.
WATCH THIS SHORT YOUTUBE VIDEO FIRST: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WhFC9hTCdRA Continue reading Mass Finishing Applications
Technical Post : “Topical Case History – Converting from Standard Machined Surfaces to More Functional Plateaued Surfaces”. Contributed by: Jack … Continue reading “Topical Case History – Converting from Standard Machined Surfaces to More Functional Plateaued Surfaces”.
For additional information or sample processing contact: Dave Davidson | SME Tech Advisor | 509.230.6821 | firstname.lastname@example.org MASS FINISHING EQUIPMENT … Continue reading MASS FINISHING EQUIPMENT: Barrel and Vibratory Systems
Dr. Michael Massarsky of the Turbo-Finish Corporation was able to supply comparative measurements on parts processed by his method for … Continue reading Mass Media Finishing Large Aircraft and Aircraft Engine Components (Part 2)