Ideal for manufacturing catheters, scalpels, saws, and screens, these systems process parts from millimeters up to 20 in square with superior part-to-part uniformity over batch methods, with better throughput on stainless steels, Monel®, Hastelloy®, titanium and related metals.
Custom engineered, high-throughput wet processing systems that can be tailored to customer requirements for electropolishing, sharpening, and deburring are manufactured by Technic Inc. (Pawtucket,RI).
Technic Electropolishing Systems feature single point graphical machine operation and monitoring of process parameters from a touch screen and provide precise and repeatable electropolishing, sharpening, and deburring. Custom engineered with robotic parts feeding technologies, fixtures, tanks, tooling, and controls to meet specific user requirements, these modular systems are ideal for work cells and lean manufacturing environments. These systems are priced from $95,000 up, depending upon configuration.
Suitable for stainless steels, Monel®, Hastelloy®, titanium and related metals, Technic Electropolishing Systems are capable of processing parts from millimeters up to 20 in square and provide superior part-to-part uniformity over batch methods with better throughput. Typical applications include medical devices such as catheters, scalpels, saws, and screens.
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