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Sharp Edge Treatment on Ti





We are looking at ways to chemically remove small burrs and sharp edges on Titanium parts. Does anyone have any suggestions on what process to use?

Ryan Southwick
- Arlington, VT, USA
2003



There is an article in July's Plating & Surface Finishing titled "Electrochemical Machining at Sermatech is State of the Art in Metal Removal". It won't tell you everything about how to do it, but will be a start.

Ted Mooney, finishing.com
Ted Mooney, P.E.
Striving to live Aloha
finishing.com - Pine Beach, New Jersey
2003


We use a process we call Ti-Polish, it is very good at fine burr removal, very controllable to 0.0001" Providing a radius or edge break is more difficult. Contact us.

Jon Quirt
- Minneapolis, Minnesota
2003




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