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5/1/2016

Washington Mills’ Media Matches Finishing Requirements

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The media is designed to match exact finishing requirements and is available in a number of different sizes.

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Washington Mills, Duramedia line

 

Washington Mills Ceramics’ Duramedia line of ceramic pre-formed vibratory media is designed for use in non-abrasive, mild cut, medium cut and fast cut finishing applications on 3D-printed products. Engineered for deburring, deflashing, cutting, burnishing, polishing and brightening in the aerospace, automotive and medical industries, this media is designed to match exact finishing requirements, including shape, density and composition.

 

For more information, visit washingtonmillsceramics.com.

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