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Carbides

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Grinded carbide insert polishing
For Toolmaking Industry

The increasing complexity in designs and materials is a challenge for tool manufacturers who are looking for new processes in order to offer more precise and reliable cutting tools.

Dry electropolishing automates the polishing process, avoids imperfections in the surface, while reducing time, costs and environmental impact. It precisely automates surface finishing operations, preserves geometry, tolerances and biocompatibility.

This success case explains how a manufacturer of grinded carbide insert improved the quality cutting-edges and reduce cost of polishing of carbide inserts, with mirror surface finishing and a significant roughness reduction.

In this document, you will learn why dry electropolishing is the preferred process for surface finishing of grinded carbide insert.

You will also learn:

  • Why dry electropolishing is more effective than current methods

  • How dry electropolishing works

  • Benefits of dry electropolishing for the toolmaking industry

  • Cost analysis of dry electropolishing including CAPEX and OPEX

Download your free copy and learn how a manufacturer of grinded carbide insert improved the quality of its products and its profit.

Carbide insert die
For toolmaking industry

Carbide inserts are replaceable bits of cemented carbide used in machining. The use of inserts allows faster machining and better finishes in metal parts, as they can withstand higher temperatures than high speed steel tools.

Polishing carbide insert dies is a resource-intensive activity, as it is based on manual polishing. Besides taking hours, it leads to non-satisfactory results.

Dry electropolishing automates the polishing process, avoids imperfections in the surface, while reducing time, costs and environmental impact. It precisely automates surface finishing operations, preserves geometry, tolerances and biocompatibility.

This success case explains how a manufacturer of carbide insert dies improved the production capacity and quality and reduce cost of polishing of carbide insert dies.

In this document, you will learn why dry electropolishing is the preferred process for surface finishing of carbide insert dies.

You will also learn:

  • Why dry electropolishing is more effective than current methods

  • How dry electropolishing works

  • Benefits of dry electropolishing for toolmaking industry

  • Cost analysis of dry electropolishing including CAPEX and OPEX

Download your free copy and learn how a manufacturer of carbide insert dies improved the quality of its products and its profit.

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Carbide insert polishing
For toolmaking industry

The increased complexity in designs and materials has supposed a challenge for tool manufacturers who are looking for new processes in order to offer better, more precise and reliable cutting tools. The quality of a machined product, such as the dimensional accuracy and surface integrity, depends on many factors; for example, tool geometry, work material, and cutting conditions employed in the machining process.

Dry electropolishing automates the polishing process, avoids imperfections in the surface, while reducing time, costs and environmental impact. It precisely automates surface finishing operations, preserves geometry, tolerances and biocompatibility.

This success case explains how a manufacturer of carbide insert improved the production capacity and quality and reduce cost of polishing of carbide insert.

In this document, you will learn why dry electropolishing is the preferred process for surface finishing of carbide insert.

You will also learn:

  •  Why dry electropolishing is more effective than current methods

  • How dry electropolishing works

  • Benefits of dry electropolishing for toolmaking industry

  • Cost analysis of dry electropolishing, including CAPEX and OPEX

Download your free copy and learn how a manufacturer of carbide insert improved the quality of its products and its profit.

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Stainless steel surgical instruments
For the Medical Device Industry

Within the surgical instrument manufacturing, the importance of a smooth surface is more than just an aesthetic matter. A perfect surface of scissors, handles, drills, clamps, endoscopes and dental tools facilitates the cleaning process, impeding the growth of harmful pathogens. In addition, it makes the pieces resistant to corrosion, long lasting and reliable.

 

Dry electropolishing automates the polishing process, avoids imperfections in the surface or breakage of the tablets, improves the performance and extends the lifespan of the pressing tools, while reducing time, costs and environmental impact. It precisely automates surface finishing operations, preserves geometry, tolerances and biocompatibility.

This success case explains how a manufacturer of surgical instruments improved the quality of the products by eliminating imperfections in the surface, such as burs or fissures, to avoid the presence of fluids, bacteria or tissue, while reducing time and costs using DLyte. The company replaced a long mechanical polishing with the faster DryLyte Technology, highly reducing scrap parts.

In this document, you will learn why dry electropolishing is the preferred process for the surface finishing of stainless steel surgical instruments .

You will also learn:

  • Why dry electropolishing is more effective than current methods

  • How dry electropolishing works

  • Benefits of dry electropolishing for the medical device industry

  • Cost analysis of Dry electropolishing including CAPEX and OPEX

Download your free copy and learn how a manufacturer of steel surgical instruments improved the quality of its products and its profit. 

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