Isofinishing is the largest Centrifugal Iso-Finishing contract finishing service center in North America. It features a state of the art facility with hands-free and high-speed equipment for a quick turnaround on your parts. It has fully credentialed part quality and tracking systems including ISO-9001:2015 Continue reading High-Speed, Hands-free Centrifugal Iso-Finishing Technology for deburring and iso-finishing industrial, medical, aerospace parts and castings. A Few Before and After Examples.
If you have parts that need edge or surface finishing improvement and would like to have FREE sample part processing contact Dave Davidson at firstname.lastname@example.org I can also be reached at 509.230.6821. Before we start a sample processing project I have some questions for you. Can you complete this “Request for Sample Finishing” form? This will help us to better understand your part finishing needs and assist our process engineering and equipment recommendation efforts. SEE Continue reading CENTRIFUGAL ISO-FINISHING: Free Sample Processing Request Form
Centrifugal Isotropic Finishing has been shown to be useful in reducing the rough surfaces common to 3D printed parts. In this blog post is an example of surface finishes that can be achieved with the method. The slides provide profilometric and areal data tabulated by Jack Clark, President of Surface Analytics. Continue reading Hands-Free Finishing of AM/3DP Metal Parts with High-Speed Centrifugal Iso-Finishing
ibuting Editor: Dave Davidson, Deburring/Finishing Technologist | 509.230.6821 | email@example.com | https://about.me/dave.davidson If you have parts that need edge or … Continue reading High Speed, Hands-Free Centrifugal Iso-Finishing for Deburring, Polishing and Super-Finishing Precision Parts
Contributing Editor: Dave Davidson, Deburring/Finishing Technologist | 509.230.6821 | firstname.lastname@example.org | https://about.me/dave.davidson If you have parts that need edge or … Continue reading Centrifugal Iso-Finishing for Small Part and/or Small Lot Finishing and Polishing. Applications include: Jewelry, Dental, Medical, Screw Machine, Swiss Turning, Stamping, Fineblanking, Electronic, and Precision Machined Parts
TECHNOLOGY EXECUTIVE SUMMARY. This technology is currently used in the United States to deburr and contour the edges of complex parts, and to create isotropic surface finishes essential in finishing many complex parts. Unlike single-point-of-contact
Dr. Michael Massarsky, inventor of Turbo-Finish
machining technologies the technology is relatively simple to control once process parameters for a given part have been developed, and thus enjoys the attributes of reliability and repeatability of simpler mechanical (vs. digital feedback) technologies. However, It accomplishes uniform results on very complex parts that often cannot be achieved reliably by other much more complex, processes. Continue reading Turbo-Finish for Lean Deburring and Finishing of Complex Rotating Parts
a great many parts are being hand-deburred currently because the conventional mass finishing method(s) being used in the shop are incapable of exerting sufficient abrasive media pressure against edges and surfaces to remove unwanted and undesirable projections, sharp edges and burrs. In many cases, it is possible to minimize hand-deburring procedures by utilizing a higher energy method that makes use of centrifugal force to propel abrasive material and rub away at edges and surfaces with dramatically more strength. Continue reading Are you still hand-deburring your machined parts? Do you need to be doing that? Are you sure?