Your product’s end use will determine the ideal finish. For example, if your object is expensive to manufacture and is used repeatedly, a coating such as a hard chrome buildup will improve the object’s useful life. If you desire a pleasant, shiny finish, we can provide a copper or copper/nickel/chrome finish.
The surface finishing industry continues to contribute positively to preserving a wide range of consumer and industrial products by controlling the effects of the finishing process through environmentally sensitive operations. The surface finishing industry has worked hand-in-hand with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to become one of […]
The purpose of surface finishing is to provide an object with certain desirable properties that the object does not possess on its own. Surface finishing can: Improve an object’s appearance Provide corrosion and abrasion resistance Improve wear resistance Increase conductivity, solderability, and lubricity Render an item non-toxic Consequently, surface finishing can improve an object’s economy […]
While surface finishing can enhance an object’s surface, tiny pinholes and deep scratches will not be completely filled. Buffing, polishing, and grinding the object’s surface before finishing can go a long way toward correcting some of these surface problems.
Surface finishing is the process of coating a metallic or plastic object with one or more layers of another metal, plastic, or paint to enhance, alter, or finish the surface with certain desired properties.