Smooth Machining Service
We specialize in providing smooth machining services that meet the highest standards of quality and precision. With our years of experience and commitment to excellence, you can rest assured that you’re getting the best possible service when you choose us for your smooth machining needs.
Smooth machining(Ra 1.6μm/Ra 64μin)
Smooth machining is a specialized process that involves the use of high-precision machinery to create extremely smooth surfaces.Smooth machining can produce surface roughness values as low as Ra 1.6μm/Ra 64μin. This level of precision is essential for many applications where even the smallest imperfections can cause problems.
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Example of an Smooth Machining part
When are Smooth Machining service used?
Smooth machining is a process that is used to remove material from a workpiece. This is done in order to create a smooth surface finish on the part. There are a number of different applications that can benefit from the use of smooth machining services.
Some of the most common applications for smooth machining include the following:
- Machining of medical devices
Medical devices are often required to have a very smooth finish. This is because any irregularities on the surface of the device could cause discomfort or even injuries to the patient. Smooth machining is often used to manufacture medical devices such as syringes, surgical blades, and other medical instruments.
- Machining of aerospace components
Aerospace components also require a very smooth finish. This is because any imperfections on the surface of these components can cause turbulence and drag during flight. As a result, smooth machining is often used to manufacture aerospace components such as wings, fuselages, and tail sections.
- Machining of high-precision parts
High-precision parts also require a smooth finish. This is because any bumps or irregularities on the surface of these parts can cause errors during operation. Smooth machining is often used to manufacture high-precision parts such as gears, bearings, and cams.