CNC SURFACE POLISHING SERVICES
CNC Surface Polishing Services contains three processes: Grinding, Polishing, and Buffing. All these processes are used to improve a product’s surface conditions for decorative or functional needs. These techniques are grinding operations, even though some plastic working of the surfaces may occur during buffing.
MS Machining has a wide range of automatic grinding machines and a professional manual grinding shop. MS Machining has been providing various grinding, buffing, metal surface polishing, and treatment services to the world’s leading OEM brands for many years, maintaining high-quality standards.
Advantages of Using CNC Surface Polishing Services
There are many benefits of CNC Surface Polishing services, but the primary benefits are
- Increase Materials Durability
- Create Stronger Electrical Conductivity
- Reduce Corrosion Chemical
- Reduce Electrical Resistance
- Enhance the Material brightness
- Enhance the Material Color
- Enhance the Material Reflectivity
What are CNC Surface Polishing Services?
Polishing Contains several processes, including:
- Electrolytic Machining or Electrochemical Machining (ECM)
- Fine Grinding or Super Finishing
Business Field Served by MS Machining
MS Machining has succeeded in serving CNC Surface Polishing Services beyond numerous industries, including:
CNC Surface Polishing Processes
CNC Surface Polishing process performs grinding first, then polishing, and lastly, buffing. Generally, grinding allows more abrading action than polishing; likewise, polishing allows more abrading movement than buffing.
Grinding Operation is commonly considered an abrasive machining operation, and it works to remove substantial amounts of materials, the ability to produce more fine finishes. The grinding process is performed by using abrasives firmly adhering, which is used with a disk grinder. We provide material grinding services, including ID/OD grinding, cylindrical grinding, and surface grinder. At MS Machining, we grind several materials, including stainless steel and carbon steel.
Polishing processes contain several techniques, including Lapping, Honing, Fine Grinding or Super Finishing, Electropolishing, Electrolytic Machining, or Electrochemical Machining (ECM). The methods of abrasive polishing utilized slurry, fine fixed, or loose abrasive particles. A series of more fine abrasives are needed to clear the scratches and develop the polished surface finishing. Polishing slurries or lapping compounds contain most fine abrasive particles scattered in a deliverer liquid. Fixed Polishing abrasives can add polishing stones or honing discs, belts or coated abrasives, lapping films, and nonwoven products. The polishing process is not only used for aesthetic improvement but also to help remove rust, buff out minor imperfections, prevent corrosion and surface reflectiveness.
Buffing is the last process of Polishing using abrasive compounds. We can get delicate surfaces with a buffing process that matches honing and lapping. After the buffing operation, A surface becomes shiny, smooth, and high reflective.
Anyhow, At MS Machining, electropolishing preferred then buffing. We use electropolishing as the final surface treatment, and the buffing process only accepts the client’s demands. When looking for high purity, non-polluting, and non-particulate surfaces, MS Machining is the best and is internationally known as the pharmaceutical equipment standard. We are committed to exceeding the industry standard in our polishing services.
Our CNC Material Polishing Services
Leading Company of CNC Surface Polishing Services
We are the market’s best service providers of CNC Surface Polishing Services. We have experienced machinists to produce high-quality with every project and market-leading machinery to ensure you get the quality Polished product. A High-quality machine can provide quality polishing services. We have an arsenal of polishing machinery created by top-quality brands in the market, including Doosan, HNK, Hyundai Wia, Okuma & Howa, Samsung, New Century, Twin Merit, and Dynamic KTM. Please refer to our Equipment List for specific polishing needs and requirements.