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"Laser cut parts"



 

What machines are out there to remove oxide from the edges of laser cut parts prior to paint?

Dean Bauman
systems control - Iron Mountain, Michigan, USA
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Hi Dean,

This oxide can be effectively removed by chemical means. Proprietary products are available for this purpose.

George Gorecki
- Naperville, Illinois
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Any mechanical machine system will remove oxides as well as some chemical processes; therefore, your question is hard to answer. Maybe you should ask how much labor, time, or cost of equipment do you want to spend and/or what is the desired end result and is the part(s) to be treated or painted.

tony kenton
AF Kenton
Hatboro,
Pennsylvania

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