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Abrasive Flow Machining for Finishing Metal Parts

Many industries are using abrasive flow machining (AFM) to finish a wide range of components. AFM provides many benefits over traditional finishing methods. The AFM process can enhance part performance, longevity and aesthetics. The AFM process uses an abrasive media...

Abrasive Flow Machining for Parts with Complex Surface Geometries

Abrasive flow machining is rapidly becoming the preferred finishing method for manufacturers of today’s high-performance parts. The AFM process effectively removes burrs and other surface imperfections without causing damage to a part. It can finish parts with a...

Where to Find the Right Extrude Hone Media For Your Job

In Pennsylvania, extrude hone machining is used to smooth and polish a wide range of parts. Extrude hone machining is a finishing process that removes burrs and surface roughness from parts made of metal, plastic, ceramics, and other materials. It provides many...

Abrasive Flow Machining for 3D Printed Parts

Few new manufacturing technologies have had as much impact as 3D printing. 3D printing is changing the way parts and products are manufactured. More and more companies are including 3D printing as part of their production process. There are several different types of...

How is Abrasion Used to Remove Smooth and Deburr a Workpiece?

In industry, abrasion is a process that applies friction to erode away material from a workpiece. It is used to remove surface imperfections and achieve a smoother and more refined surface. Many industries use abrasion for surface finishing. Abrasive finishing can...

What are Some of the Benefits of the Abrasive Flow Machining Process?

More and more companies in Pennsylvania and around the nation are incorporating abrasive flow machining (AFM) as part of their manufacturing process. AFM is a finishing process used to smooth and polish a workpiece. During the AFM process, a specially formulated...

Formulating the Right Abrasive Flow Media for Your Job

Abrasive flow machining is a finishing process used by many Pennsylvania-based manufacturing companies. It provides an efficient and cost-effective way to remove burrs and other unwanted surface imperfections from a workpiece. The process also smooths and polishes the...