Precision Micro – a Meggitt company – spoke to the Group’s employee magazine – Meggitt Review – to explain why design engineers should be getting excited about our state-of-the-art metal machining technologies.
We stretch the boundaries of possibility
Forget everything you thought you knew about stamping and etching: Precision Micro’s photochemical etching process is cutting edge in every sense of the word. Ultra-precise and cost-effective, the technology enables the production of super-fine, stress-and burr-free components capable of withstanding extreme temperatures, and is rapidly becoming part of forward-thinking engineers’ repertoires where previously they would have used traditional metal machining processes. We find out why the process is being used by everyone from satellite engineers to the military and how it could transform every aspect of component production.
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The basic principles of photo etching can be demonstrated in nine process steps.
Created to guide you through designing for the photo etching process, outlining achievable tolerances and component features.
With backgrounds which include CAD, machining, technical and operations planning, our sales engineers have the photo etching know-how to answer your questions.