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Photo above: Isotropic Micro-Finishing of Automotive components. (Photo: Mark Riley, BV Products) Mass Finishing Processes and Mechanical Surface Preparation For … Continue reading How can you produce high-quality edge and surface finishes on large lots of manufactured or machined parts uniformly and economically?
by Dave Davidson, SME Machining/Material Removal Tech Community, email@example.com | 509.230.6821 and Jack Clark, Surface Analytics LLC, firstname.lastname@example.org The SEM photos … Continue reading Understanding Surface Finishing’s Role in Part Performance and Service Life Improvement
Moreover, the increased complexity and precision requirements of mechanical products have reinforced the need for accurately producing and controlling the edge and surface finish of manufactured parts. Variations in the surface texture can influence a variety of performance characteristics. The surface finish can affect the ability of the part to resist wear and fatigue; to assist or destroy effective lubrication; to increase or decrease friction and/or abrasion with cooperating parts; and to resist corrosion. Continue reading Isotropic Mass Finishing for Surface Integrity and Part Performance : Products Finishing
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(Above: Photo credit: Extrude Hone Corporation) For more information or sample processing of parts contact: Dave Davidson | SME Tech … Continue reading “Compiled Problems in the Aerospace and Other Industries Caused by Burrs and Sharp Edges.”