Fintek Stand 19-26 at Mach 2020–Engineering Surfaces for Aerospace, Motorsport, Medical Devices
Fintek,UK agents for OTEC Präzisionsfinish, will have a strong showing at Mach exhibition. Advances in mass surface finishing technology, including Industry4 readiness and performance stream finishing, will be centre stage.
Of interest, will be high energy stream finishing, particularly OTEC's 'Pulsfinish'. This technology produces rapid motion between the process media and workpiece by speedily changing the direction of rotation of the work-holding heads in a controlled way. Fast acceleration and deceleration intensifies the forces on the workpiece, deburring effectively, rounding edges and evenly smoothing surfaces from Rpk 0.2µm to 0.1µm, in less than a minute.
OTEC stream finishing machines, with new step control, are also proving effective superfinishing for aerospace turbine blade producers. Step control enables the blade angle to be changed during processing so specific surfaces can be targeted for precise material removal, without affecting the integrity of blade profile – especially leading and trailing edges. Recently, Fintek applied OTEC stream finishing in a research project sponsored by Innovate UK, to assess its effectiveness in mass finishing AM parts.
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OTEC's drag, disc, stream and stream with pulse finishing, machines are able to meet the rigorous standards of surface finishing required by aerospace, motorsport, automotive, medical device and other precision industries.
"With ISO9001 and AS9100 accreditation, we use the same OTEC machines within our subcontract division and therefore have a wealth of experience to contribute to customers seeking the best surface finishing options to meet their needs," commented Jamie Phillips, Fintek operations manager.
Jamie Phillips, Operations Manager, Tel. +44 (0)1706 283 927
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