Finishing Services and Industrial Coatings

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Plating

Industrial metal coatings are added to the metal to provide an extra layer of protection from mechanical and environmental conditions. This can greatly improve the performance and extend the working life of treated parts and components.

Anodizing

Anodizing is an electrolytic passivation process used to increase the thickness of the natural oxide layer on the surface of metal parts. The process is called anodizing because the part to be treated forms the anode electrode of an electrolytic cell. 

Industrial Coatings

Industrial metal coatings are added to the metal to provide an extra layer of protection from mechanical and environmental conditions. This can greatly improve the performance and extend the working life of treated parts and components.

Polishing

If your project requires a smooth, non-textured finish, then a buff polishing machine may be your answer. This machine uses a cloth wheel to buff the product’s surface, resulting in a high, glossy sheen. The process is often used for decorative products that benefit from luster and smoothness. Buff polishing machines tend to round out a product’s edges, and due to the cloth wheel’s range limits, the process is less effective for applications requiring intricate, fragile, or recessed features.

Brushing

Brushed metal finishing is an effective method for removing surface imperfections. These finishing machines create a uniform, parallel grain surface texture to smooth out a product’s exterior. An abrasive belt or wire brush is usually employed to achieve this effect. In addition, the singular direction of the belt or brush can create slightly rounded edges perpendicular to the grain.

Vibratory Finish

Vibratory finishing machines are used to deburr products and remove sharp edges. They position material inside a drum filled with abrasive pellets and a substrate, then apply tumbling vibration to create a uniform random texture. The machine’s cycle speed and magnitude of vibration are usually variable, allowing effective treatment for a range of small- to large-sized parts.

Heat Treatment

Precious Metal Plating

Conversion and Pretreatments

Machine Finish

Machine finish is SyncFab’s standard surface treatment of a part that has just completed production.

Part Marking

Surface Treatment

Plating

Industrial metal coatings are added to the metal to provide an extra layer of protection from mechanical and environmental conditions. This can greatly improve the performance and extend the working life of treated parts and components.

Anodizing

Anodizing is an electrolytic passivation process used to increase the thickness of the natural oxide layer on the surface of metal parts. The process is called anodizing because the part to be treated forms the anode electrode of an electrolytic cell. 

Industrial Coatings

Industrial metal coatings are added to the metal to provide an extra layer of protection from mechanical and environmental conditions. This can greatly improve the performance and extend the working life of treated parts and components.

Polishing

If your project requires a smooth, non-textured finish, then a buff polishing machine may be your answer. This machine uses a cloth wheel to buff the product’s surface, resulting in a high, glossy sheen. The process is often used for decorative products that benefit from luster and smoothness. Buff polishing machines tend to round out a product’s edges, and due to the cloth wheel’s range limits, the process is less effective for applications requiring intricate, fragile, or recessed features.

Brushing

Brushed metal finishing is an effective method for removing surface imperfections. These finishing machines create a uniform, parallel grain surface texture to smooth out a product’s exterior. An abrasive belt or wire brush is usually employed to achieve this effect. In addition, the singular direction of the belt or brush can create slightly rounded edges perpendicular to the grain.

Vibratory Finish

Vibratory finishing machines are used to deburr products and remove sharp edges. They position material inside a drum filled with abrasive pellets and a substrate, then apply tumbling vibration to create a uniform random texture. The machine’s cycle speed and magnitude of vibration are usually variable, allowing effective treatment for a range of small- to large-sized parts.

Heat Treatment

Precious Metal Plating

Conversion and Pretreatments

Machine Finish

Machine finish is SyncFab’s standard surface treatment of a part that has just completed production.

Part Marking

Surface Treatment

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