Category Archives: Isotropic Finishing

Six Hints to Make Your Finishing Process Faster – Part 1

Part 1 Often times, individuals are aware that their process for finishing parts isn’t efficient, but they don’t know how to begin to fix it. We’ve put together an outline of six steps that will each assist in reducing the … Continue reading

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Chemically Accelerated Surface Finishing

How Accelerate Surface Finishing (ASF) Works ASF uses a surface active compound that forms a soft film on the surface of the metal part.  Nonabrasive media removes the soft film from the high or peaks of the part surface leaving … Continue reading

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Isotropic Finishing

It seems recently there has been more talk about the advantages of an isotropic, non-directional finish on machined surfaces obtained through a chemically accelerated vibratory process. It isn’t necessary to utilize a chemically accelerated chemistry to achieve an isotropic finish.  … Continue reading

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