Chemical Machining

Chemical Machining

A-Laser Exhibits Locally at D2P Santa Clara Show

Have a design project that needs expertise? With over 20 years of experience, A-Laser's unique capability in design, development and engineering can take your idea from concept to prototype. Come visit us at the Design 2 Part Santa Clara Show taking place May 20th and 21st and find out how our full service design capabilities can make your concept a reality! Visit A-Â-­Laser at Booth 331...

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Technica, USA Receives Order for Wise UltraFlex System

San Jose, Calif.-based Technica, USA is pleased to announce that they have entered into a Purchase Agreement with Snoqualmie, Wash.-based, MicroConnex to deliver a Wise UltraFlex chemical etching system.Â- Ã‚  The Wise Company of Parma, Italy, has had a long and successful tradition of providing performance and reliability in their complete range of wet processing equipment. Our...

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Chemical Etching Company Offers a "Green" Alternative

Chicago manufacturer of custom metal parts makes great strides in environmentally conscious photochemical machining. Photochemical machining, also referred to as chemical etching, photo etching or chemical machining, is the process of using UV-light and chemicals to develop, stamp and etch custom metal parts out of a broad range of alloy metals. Traditionally, acidic solutions of Trichloroethane...

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Chemical Etching Methods of Floor Treatment

There are methods of making mineral surface floors slip resistant that make use of mild acids to make an invisible tread pattern in the surface of the stone.Â-  These acid based products make a microscopic tread pattern on the surface of the stone that creates slip resistance without changing the visible appearance of the surface.  Porcelain bathtubs can be made slip resistant as...

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Kennametal Extrude Hone and PEMtec Announce Strategic Alliance for Electro Chemical Machining
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Kennametal Extrude Hone and PEMtec Announce Strategic Alliance for Electro Chemical Machining

Kennametal Extrude Hone and PEMtec have signed an agreement to supply customers with precision electro chemical machining (PECM) technology. Through electro-chemical metal removal, PECM can shape complex geometries in practically all metals, e.g., in highly tempered steel, rolling bearing steel, powder-metallurgy steel, and super-alloys. PECM also taps applications that could not be feasibly...

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Etching Service produces precision stainless steel parts.

Utilizing photo chemical etching technology, PEI produces stainless steel precision metal parts with metal ranging from .0006 in. (SS 304 Full Hard) to .090 in. (SS 302 Annealed). PEI separates different etchants, preventing introduction of copper salts during etching process. With ISO 9001:2008 and AS 9100:2009 certifications, PEI provides stainless steel parts for aerospace, consumer...

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Morgan Technical Ceramics Announces High Volume Precision Piezoelectric Material Manufacturing

Morgan Technical Ceramics (MTC) announced that its ElectroCeramics manufacturing site in Bedford, Ohio designs and manufactures a comprehensive range of precision piezoelectric ceramic components made of lead zirconate titanate (PZT) for use in aerospace, medical, industrial, commercial and consumer sensor and actuator applications. The company can produce intricate piezoelectric designs that...

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Quadro Engineering Corp. Develops CIP Fine Grind F10 Mill
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Quadro Engineering Corp. Develops CIP Fine Grind F10 Mill

Quadro's continuing efforts to innovate process technology in the field of fine grind size reduction are once again realized with the development of a Clean-In-Place F10 Fine Grind Mill. Quadro's F10 Fine Grind Mill has been succesfully implemented in Pharmaceutical, Biotech, Fine Chemical and Food industries where PSD targets range from 5 - 150Â-µm. The addition of a Clean-In-Place design...

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Milling Process etches micro holes through metal.

Using photo chemical milling process, Photo Sciences can etch holes as small as 2.5 Â-µm completely through thin sheets of metal. Etched features on metal parts have smooth, well-defined edges, making them suited for deposition masks or as apertures for optical applications. Chemical milling process specifically allows sub micron tolerances and complex patterns, which can be combined with in...

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