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How to etch Evanohm? (High Chromium Alloy )


2002

Hi everyone,

Can anyone help me? I am trying to etch a high chromium alloy called Evanohm which contained 20% Chromium, 2.8% Aluminum, 2.0% Copper, 1% Silicon, 0.9% Manganese and 0.08% Zirconium. Anyone can suggest any etching method to me, I already tried Ferric Chloride with high HCl, but the surface became very rough.

Thanks You so much, hope someone can help me.

Albert Tsang
- England, U.K.


sidebar April 29, 2009

Hi, Albert. You asked how to etch Elgiloy on letter 11936 and got a response. If you tried that suggestion, please follow up!

You also asked questions & received responses on letters 8506, 10643, 10930, 11220, and 12446 without your acknowledgement of them. Please engage in the dialog. Thanks!

Regards,

Ted Mooney, finishing.com
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