Iron is the most used metal in the world, used in a variety of applications from structural, engineering and construction to automotive and medical.
As machined, parts have minor visible tool marks and a surface roughness (Ra) of 1.6-3.2 µm.
Sand blasting is to make the surface of parts for uniform matte treatment, according to the requirements of different sizes of sand can be sprayed, such as aluminum can spray #80-220 fine sand.
Plating is a process that is often used in CNC machining to add a protective or decorative layer to the surface of a component.
Chroming process in CNC Surface Finishing is a metal finishing process that uses a chemical bath to deposit a thin layer of chromium onto the surface of a metal object.
A layer of nickel is plated on the surface of the material to improve the corrosion resistance of the material and have excellent polishing performance.
Laser engraving uses laser to engraving the logo or character logo you need onto your component.
The result of brushing is a unidirectional satin finish that is achieved by polishing the metal with grit.
A technology that uses a metal workpiece as an anode and performs electrolysis in a suitable electrolyte to selectively remove its rough surface and improve the surface finish.
E-coating is a CNC Surface Finishing process that uses electrochemical methods to deposit a protective coating onto metal parts.
Powder coating is a process used to coat metal parts with a protective and decorative layer of paint. It is often used for applications such as automotive, marine, and industrial part.
Smooth polishing is to removes the machining marks from the surface of the workpiece, but there is no mirror effect.
Mirror polishing is a surface finishing process that can create a highly reflective, mirror-like finish on metal parts.