Having problems with stamping or laser cutting? Photo etching may be the answer

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Category: Component and industry solutions

With traditional machining technologies, complexity equals cost. The tooling for complex components costs more and non-standard materials, thicknesses and grades are more expensive to process.

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The geometric complexity and precision tolerances offered by photo etching make it not just a desirable manufacturing process but in some instances the only technology suitable for extreme environment applications.

The video below shows how photo etching compares with traditional machining technologies:

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