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Metal Finishing for 3D Printed Parts Webinar – Part 8 – LATTICE BRACELET

Metal Finishing for 3D Printed Parts While many can be put into operation as sintered, there are a number of […]

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Metal Finishing for 3D Printed Parts Webinar – Part 7 – OPEN IMPELLER

Metal Finishing for 3D Printed Parts While many can be put into operation as sintered, there are a number of […]

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Metal Finishing for 3D Printed Parts Webinar – Part 5 – FINGER SPLINTS

Metal Finishing for 3D Printed Parts While many can be put into operation as sintered, there are a number of […]

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Metal Finishing for 3D Printed Parts Webinar – Part 4 – PARACHUTE RINGS

Metal Finishing for 3D Printed Parts While many can be put into operation as sintered, there are a number of […]

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Metal Finishing for 3D Parts Webinar – Part 3 – GEARS

Metal Finishing for 3D Printed Parts While many can be put into operation as sintered, there are a number of […]

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Metal Finishing for 3D Parts Webinar – Part 2

What options are available? While many can be put into operation as sintered, there are a number of reasons – […]

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Metal Finishing for 3D Printed Parts Webinar – Part 1

Metal Finishing for 3D Printed Parts While many can be put into operation as sintered, there are a number of […]

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Metal Finishing for 3D Printed Parts Webinar – Part 6 – SHOCK ABSORBER PISTON

Metal Finishing for 3D Printed Parts While many can be put into operation as sintered, there are a number of […]

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Gear Expo Live! Ask the Expert with Mark Michaud

Gear Technology speaks with Mark Michaud, REM Technical Fellow of REM Surface Engineering, is the inventor and pioneer of REM […]

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ISF Surface Versus Machined Surface

Why ISF® Surfaces are superior to machined surfaced: As the load of the mating surface is increased, the lubrication film becomes thinner, and the asperities of the machine surface contact each other resulting in plastic deformation, metal debris and scuffing, not so with REM Surface Engineering’s ISF® Surface.

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The Rapid ISF® Process

REM Surface Engineering’s automotive process, Rapid ISF® (Isotropic Superfinishing), is able to produce a planar surface of Ra .1 µm or less in 4 minutes. The Rapid ISF Process increases fuel efficiency and power density and is compatible with a just-in-time environments.

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