When considering a metal finishing process to solve common metal surface problems, submitting a sample for processing can be a great opportunity to learn the types of results the selected method will yield as well as how it will affect your metal components themselves. If you’re working with prototypes, submitting a sample for processing should be your first step to ensure that the process will result in an optimal finish for the intended application. At Able, we run free samples for our signature electropolishing service at no charge. Electropolishing offers a variety of benefits including improved corrosion resistance, deburring, ultracleaning, microfinish improvement, and more. Here are the basics you’ll need to provide when submitting a sample part for processing:
1. Describe the Current Surface Problem
Electropolishing can resolve or improve many of the most common metal surface problems. Understanding the exact surface problem your components are suffering from is a critical for identifying the best final finishing method that will address your issue. Whether your parts are experiencing premature part failure, corrosion problems, contain burrs, or have microfinish problems, it’s important to describethe exact problem when submitting your parts for electropolishing.
2. Indicate Present Solution to Surface Problem
3. Provide Information Regarding the Component’s Material
4. Indicate Special Tolerances
5. Include Prints of Your Parts
6. Identify Multiple Qualities (if Needed)
7. Provide Packaging Requirements
Submit a Sample for Electropolishing – Free of Charge
Since 1954, Able Electropolishing has been the leader in the electropolishing andmetal finishing industry, offering unmatched quality, performance, reliability and exceptional customer satisfaction. If you’re interested in learning more about what electropolishing can do for your parts, we encourage you to submit a sample part for processing. We’ll process and ship your part(s) back to you in just a few days at no charge to you (unless special tooling, upgraded shipping, or your part needs to be sent internationally or outside the contiguous United States). An account manager will walk you through the entire process, answer questions and provide a quote if necessary. Ready to try electropolishing? Submit a part to be processed for free and discover the electropolishing difference.