Deburring and Isotropic Micro-Finishing for Automotive and Racing Engine Applications

For technical assistance or FREE sample processing for your parts contact:

Dave Davidson | dryfinish@gmail.com | 509-230-6821 | http://dryfinish.wordpress.com

Everyone is drawn to the shiny good looks of a new vehicle on the showroom floor or in the prime time television ad. Countless hours of research and development, manufacturing and finishing go into creating the experience for the consumer. An even greater amount of work goes into what is under the hood and out of sight.
Cars, boats, motorcycles and every other motorized vehicle represent the successful combination of metals, plastics, rubber, carbon fiber and glass. After each of these specific components is designed and built they all require some degree of finishing. From simple deburring to multiple step cut and polish, each has their own unique criteria to make them fit into to the puzzle.

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Isotropic Micro-Finishing Photography by Mark Riley, BV Products

 

Centrifugal Isotropic Finishing has been used by the elite in the racing industry, as well as OEM suppliers to the automotive manufacturers and aftermarket accessory distributors. Parts worked on include camshafts, rocker arms, pistons, bearings and other hardware. Process engineering, experience, flexibility and ability to develop the specific processes make it possible to meet your finishing criteria whatever they may be.

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Centrifugal isotropic Micro-Finishing Equipment.  High-speed and high-intensity finishing can produce ultra-smooth surfaces that can improve engine and drive-train component performance and service life.

 

Isotropic Micro-Finishing Part Gallery

Parts from many other industries are also finished using this high-intensity centrifugal isotropic finishing method.  For free sample finishing contact D. A. Davidson at dryfinish@gmail.com

 

 

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