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The metal surface finishing revolution
Step into the world of premium metal surface polishing with DLyte Mini

DLyte, based on the patented DryLyte Technology, is the world's first dry electropolishing machine for the most common industrial metals and alloys. It automates, simplifies and standardizes the post-processing of metal parts, improving the finish obtained with traditional polishing systems.

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Better results in one step

Our dry electropolishing can process all internal cavities that cannot be accessed mechanically, replacing electrolytic baths, hand polishing and touch finishing.

Wide range of materials

Discover a full range of electrical parameters for cobalt chrome, stainless steel, carbon steel, carbides, nickel alloys, aluminum alloys, copper alloys, titanium alloys.

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Time saving

Our dry electropolishing automated process reduces the complexity of today's multi-step processes and enables increased production and fluctuating demand.

Controlled production 

Offers a range of solutions to meet the needs of the healthcare and industrial sectors with traceable and predictable results with a controlled cost and lead time.

Lower costs

No manual processing is required, reducing labor costs and eliminating rework for defective parts. Eliminates health risks from manual polishing dust emissions.

Respect the initial geometries

Especially effective for finishing parts with sharp edges, while ensuring the preservation of tolerances, radius and a homogeneous result over the entire surface.

Resistance to corrosion

Avoid the risk of reducing the lifespan of your mechanical parts and eliminate surface treatments to meet the corrosion resistance requirements of the industry.

One-step mirror finishing

Our technology achieves fully automatic polishing with a mirror finishing in one step, far exceeding mechanical surface finishing and also liquid electropolishing.

DLyte 100PRO

The compact


for cutting tools

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New DLyte eBlast

Designed to treat metal parts with complex geometries to a mirror finish. 

DLyte PRO500 Automated Cell

Optimized DLyte Surface Finishing Process with Fully Automated Workpiece Handling

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New solution for titanium:

Dry suspension electrolyte

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DryLyte technology

It allows combining the electrical flow created by a high precision rectifier with the movement of the parts through the solid particles to remove roughness.

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Intuitive softwares with predefined polishing programs

All DLyte systems incorporate an intuitive, easy-to-use software with predefined programs that are adjusted to the polishing needs of each piece due to its geometry, material or customer needs.

Improving every day to offer the best service

From engineering services for the development of surface finishing processes to training, on-site consulting, machine set up, new production setup, technical service and spare parts, advanced training for operation, and maintenance of the equipment and services in the digital field.

DLyte's virtual tour

Our new online virtual tour features our metal surface finishing technologies, giving you a complete experience through our facilities.

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Discover the disruptive dental polishing system. 

Our Dental Product & Sales Manager, Jeremy will drive you through a live presentation of automated polishing of metal dental parts.

Topic. Automated polishing of cobalt chrome partial dentures.

Description. DLyte, The only automated system that provides better results than hand polishing; Reduce costs up to 80%; Make your production more flexible; Standardize your production.

DLyte sample processing 

Send us your samples and we will be happy to develop the best surface finishing process to achieve your processing goal.

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“It enables uniform quality of metal parts of custom-made dentures and contributes to improving the wearing comfort of patients who use dentures. In addition, the introduction of this machine has made it possible to partially automate the grinding and polishing processes for metal parts, which had the highest labor burden in conventional denture manufacturing, and to reduce the number of process personnel by one.”

—  Kurashige Dental Laboratory (Japan)

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