[Above Photo by Mark Riley, BV Products]

Isotropic Micro-Finishing and Super-Finishing is used to develop finishes that can actually improve functional performance and increase the service life potential of many types of manufactured parts.  It has special application for engine components in high-performance racing engine industry.  There are a variety of benefits to processing parts to develop isotropic surfaces.  They include:

  • Reducing Friction, Vibration and Noise
  • Improve shifting
  • Extend Service Life and Reduce Maintenance Costs
  • Reducing Lubricant Temperature
  • Improve performance.
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Isotropic Micro-Finishing, Part photo by Mark Riley, BV Products

Contact us for information on free sample part processing at dryfinish@gmail.com.

For additional information or sample processing information contact:
by Dave Davidson – Deburring/Finishing Specialist
SME Manufacturing C248 – Spokane, Washington

Advisor: Machining/Material Removal Technical Community 
dryfinish@gmail.com  |  509.230.6821

Below is some process video footage demonstrations of high-speed centrifugal isotropic finishing.  These automated edge and surface finishing methods are capable of producing very refined low micro-inch surfaces that can improve functional part performance and service life.

Some additional Isotropic Micro-Finishing Part photography can be seen below (Photo Credit: Mark Ripley, BV Products)


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Many parts from a wide variety of industries also processed to improve performance, minimize hand deburring and improve edge and surface finish quality.  (See below:)


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