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The Why & the How of Deburring Metal Parts

Sep 24, 2015 4:27:49 PM

A burr is a raised, rough portion found on the surface of metal parts. This condition is commonly created as a result of machining operations such as cutting, stamping, grinding, milling or broaching.

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Electropolishing Prevents Bacteria Growth on Stainless Steel Surfaces

A major ice cream manufacturer an recently recalled all products when two ice cream samples tested positive for Listeria monocytogenes, (listeria), a food-borne bacteria that causes a serious, sometimes fatal infection if ingested. This listeria outbreak has prompted several food production facilities to recall their frozen treats and ice creams that had already been shipped to 23 states.

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Why Electropolish Metal Parts?

Sep 3, 2015 10:51:00 AM

If you’re considering the benefits that electropolishing can impart on metal parts and components, this helpful infographic can explain some of the reasons why so many people and businesses choose this process.

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Stainless Steel Finishing: What you Need to Know

When finishing stainless steel, there are several key points to be aware of. Like all metal alloys, stainless steel requires unique finishing to attain the desired surface finish. Understanding the composition of the particular stainless steel alloy, how different finishing methods interact with that alloy, and what effects you are looking to achieve are critical to attaining the proper finish for your components. 

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