New Webpage Dedicated to Chemical Etching Education

If you’re looking to learn more about chemical etching, then you’ll want to head on over to the new Chemical Etching Learning Center at Fotofab.com.
 
 
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CHICAGO - Jan. 30, 2014 - PRLog -- Fotofab, a company that specializes in producing custom metal parts, has published a new Chemical Etching Learning Center that gives a brief overview of the chemical etching process. Topics covered on the learning center include: applications for chemical etching, how the chemical etching process works, the benefits of chemical etching, and the types of materials that can be chemically etched.

The chemical etching process, also known as photochemical machining or photochemical milling, is a subtractive manufacturing process that is used to create high-precision parts with very fine details.

The process of chemical etching (photochemical machining) starts with a design of the exact dimensions of the part to be etched. The design is then used to create a photo resist template, which protects certain areas of the metal from the etching process. After the photo resist is applied to the metal, an acid etchant is used to selectively remove the unprotected, exposed areas of metal. The remaining metal is then rinsed and the photo resist is removed, leaving behind the desired part.

Through chemical etching, businesses can obtain high precision, custom metal parts in a short period of time and with minimal cost. Some of the benefits of chemical etching include: rapid prototyping, smooth and uniform parts, perfectly symmetrical parts, no stress to the metal, tight tolerances, and low tooling and setup costs.

For more detailed information on chemical etching, visit Fotofab’s new Chemical Etching Learning Center at: www.fotofab.com/chemical-etching-learning-center.php

About Fotofab: Fotofab is on the cutting edge of chemical etching technology. From custom screens and springs, to antennas, contacts, connectors, washers, RF shields and more, Fotofab produces the highest quality precision metal parts to your exact specifications. For more information regarding chemical etching and other technologies for creating custom precision metal parts, please visit http://www.fotofab.com.

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