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Chemically Accelerated Vibratory Surface Finishing (CAVSF) with Oxalic Acid-Based Solutions
It has been shown that the inexpensive chemically accelerated vibratory surface finishing (CAVSF) process can reduce the average surface roughness.
Article Published: 5/18/2011
Be All You Can Be
For fabricators, the finishing line is just the beginning of a new era in today's market. The days of simply cutting, bending and welding metal components into assemblies and delivering them to a customer in two to three weeks just don't exist anymo...
Article Published: 3/1/2011
Mass Finishing: What is it All About?
The choices in equipment, media and compounds for your applications.
Article Published: 2/21/2011
Better Peening Shouldn’t Be a Shot in the Dark
Almost any pilot will tell you that when it comes to airplane parts like wings or engine blades, failure is unacceptable. That’s why more aerospace companies have sought to reduce the possibility of metal fatigue in such critical parts, and why some...
Article Published: 12/1/2010
Loop ’d Loop
Amusement park ride or industrial process?
Article Published: 6/1/2002
Fundamentals of Mass Finishing
There are many facets to mass finishing one must consider: part size and shape, media type, compound and equipment...
Article Published: 12/1/1995

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