Surface-finishing needs set to shine

Posted on 04 Feb 2019 and read 766 times
Surface-finishing needs set to shine Achieving superior surface finishing of components for applications in aerospace, automotive, motor-sport and medical devices has never been more important.

Reducing friction, extending maintenance intervals, increasing component life and performance are all desirable benefits when choosing the right surface-finishing process.

Lancashire-based Fintek (www.fintek.co.uk) will be at Southern Manufacturing (Stand J145) — alongside Andover-based Perfect Bore Manufacturing (www.pbm-ltd.com) — to discuss all surface-finishing needs.

Offering a full range of deburring, edge honing, fine grinding and polishing equipment, Fintek works closely with engineers to achieve their design aims and commercial objectives.

Cost-effective component surface-finishing often takes just minutes — sometimes seconds — and is a repeatable process with a consistency that is impossible to achieve by hand.

As UK agent for the OTEC Präzisionsfinish GmbH range of drag, disc and stream finishing systems, Fintek provides a complete service to manufacturers wanting to establish in-house surface finishing.

OTEC also produces fully automated systems for in-line production, including options for robotised loading and unloading.

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