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Seeking Slurry Hone (or comparable) Process




2001

Need slurry hone or comparable finish:

Hole diameter: .020±.004
Material: 6061-T6 Alum Alloy
Thickness: approx 1/4"
Qty: Each part has a 43 hole pattern / lots of parts
Over all part dimensions: 15.5 sqr x 3.18 thick. Area requiring slurry hone is recessed.
Frank S [last name deleted for privacy by Editor]
- Phoenix, Arizona



Extrude-Hone is based out of PA, and has some jobshop capabilities that should fit your needs.

Christopher J. Griffin
- Greenville, South Carolina
2001



Extrudehone is good for I.D. and holes; however, if you are more concerned with a surface finish and exit points of holes, you might want to compare and look at some high pressure systems that are specifically made to deburr parts.

tony kenton
AF Kenton
retired business owner - Hatboro, Pennsylvania
2001




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