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Surface Finish – giving the finished parts the “look” you want

Jan. 13, 2022
The type of surface finish chosen will make a difference in the life of an application. Find out why surface finish is specified, how surface finish is measured, what does it mean by mill finish, and the processes used to achieve surface finishes.

Engineers and designers specify surface finish for various reasons of performance and mechanical reasoning. Finishes can be added to improve functionality or for aesthetic appearances. One of the first things they may want to take into consideration is friction. Some situations require minimal friction while others may require high friction. The type of surface finish chosen will make a difference in the life of the application. Download now to learn more about the types of finishes used to achieve minimal or high friction.

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