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Finishing Options for Metal Stampings

on 1/28/21 7:00 AM | By Tim Lynch | 0 Comments | Secondary Operations
When designing and producing precision metal stamped components, engineers and project managers representing the manufacturer, its suppliers, and the metal stamper should discuss the options for finishing the part to ensure optimal performance. Whether you need to inhibit corrosion, improve appearance, or smooth sharp edges, metal finishing is an important step in the manufacturing process that should be considered from the start. 
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