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As Seen In Products Finishing

The composition of media used depends on the part’s finish requirement and the speed with which the operation is to be performed.

Calculating Applied Media Force During Vibratory Finishing
Establishing optimum operational characteristics for finishing a specific part.

How physical characteristics of vibratory bowls affect processing efficiency.

Character Matters in Mechanical Finishing
How physical characteristics of vibratory bowls affect processing efficiency.

Increasing Vibratory Efficiency by Optimizing the Choice of Media Shape Relative to Part Geometry
When choosing vibratory media, understand the size, shape, starting roughness condition and metallurgical structure of the part.

Making the Grade With Mechanical Media
Understanding media grades is important to good mechanical finishes.

before (left) and after ISF processing

Super Finish
How to achieve an isotropic finish using a traditional vibratory bowl—and why you’d want to do it

Product Categories of REM Surface Engineering

Blackening Processes, solutions
Burnishing Compounds
Chemical-Polishing Processes
Cleaning Chemicals, aqueous
Deburring Equipment
Descaling Chemicals
Inhibitors, acid pickling
Mass-Finishing Compounds
Mass-Finishing Media
Mass-Finishing Supplies
Phosphate Coating Chemicals
Rinse Aids
Rust Removers
Smut Removers, aluminum
Stripping Solutions, metal
Vibratory Finishing Equipment