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Equivalency to 32 micro -finish


(2002)

Please advise on what a 32 micro finish would translate to in SPE#. Is this a light polish? Your help would be appreciated.

Paul Mulville
- Londonderry, New Hampshire


(2002)

Thought someone else would answer this; however, if you are still looking for a partial answer, this is what I can give you. I have no clue what SPE is; however, a 32 RMS is basically the surface finish you get on raw bar stock materials and sheet metal from a metal supplier. The visual surface appearance does not necessarily have anything to do with RMS. You can have very rough bright parts or very dull smooth parts.

tony kenton
AF Kenton
Nova Finishing Systems Inc.
Hatboro, Pennsylvania




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