superfinishing


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superfinishing

[¦sü·pər′fin·ə·shiŋ]
(metallurgy)
Fine honing of a metal surface with abrasive stones.
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Levigated alumina provides an intermediate superfinishing action.
We offer controlled shot peening, laser peening, peen forming, superfinishing and solid film lubricant (SFL) coatings.
Until two years ago, Movomatic had been content to have its gages hitchhike into this country on advanced grinding and superfinishing machines from Switzerland, Germany, Britain, Italy, and Spain.
"This involves tightening up on the geometry, keeping the bearings and lubricant super clean, and doing things like superfinishing the ball grooves.
We offer controlled shot peening, laser peening, peen forming, superfinishing, solid film lubricant (SFL) coatings and on site processing worldwide.
to award the contract by open supply of a robotic cell for superfinishing CFAA activities in the 202 building of scientific and technological park of Bizkaia in zamudio procedure.
O'Hara, "Superfinishing and shot peening of surfaces to optimise roughness and stress," in Proceedings of the International Conference on Computer Methods and Experimental Measurments for Surface Treatment Effects, pp.
The 13 articles reprinted from the Society's journal consider such topics as hardware-in-the-loop testing in racing applications, applying energy-based fuel formulae to increase the efficiency relevance and reduce carbon dioxide emissions of motor sport, improving a small displacement engine's efficiency with a super charging system, optimizing the design of an air flow orifice or restrictor for race car applications, and retaining horsepower by isotropic superfinishing automotive racing components.
On any given day, a worker might move from buffing or grinding to superfinishing.
Acme Manufacturing Company is a global supplier of engineered grinding, polishing, buffing, deburring, and superfinishing systems, and has supplied over 80,000 machines in 35 countries around the world since 1910.
However, honing procedures are divided into three main groups: longitudinal stroke honing frequently referred to as honing; shortstroke honing, frequently designated as fine honing or superfinishing and gear honing (Klocke, 2009).
For this purpose it utilizes anodic dissolution, and the processes used superfinishing or metallography.