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Michael

Common Surface Finishing Process for Prototyping

Table of Contents Grinding Polishing Electroplating Oxidation Passivation Blackening Phosphating Sandblasting Spraying Brushing Powder coating Printing Laser Engraving In the entire prototype process, after selecting the appropriate processing method (CNC processing or 3D printing), most prototypes require surface treatment. The purpose of surface treatment is to increase the corrosion resistance, wear resistance, decoration or other

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anodized Aluminum
Surface Finishing
Michael

What is Anodized Aluminum

Previous Next introduction Aluminum is the second largest category of metal materials used in metal materials after steel. It has properties of small gravity, high specific strength, excellent ductility, good electrical conductivity, strong corrosion resistance, and excellent physical and chemical properties. A dense oxide film is formed spontaneously on aluminum under natural conditions, and its

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Surface Finishing
Michael

Surface Texture

Making and Measuring Surface Textures For Injection Molding All plastic injection molded parts have a surface texture created by the tools that made them. To get the surface finish and texture that you want, it’s important for you to understand how we make and measure such finishes in our inspection department. At RpProto, we follow the finishing standards created by the Plastics

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