Suitable materials for photo etching: Versatile machining for almost any metal

Chemically etched meshes

Photo etching is used in the manufacture of custom steel meshes, filters, and sieves as unlike conventional sheet metalworking, the process offers unlimited complexity

Etched hearing aid components

Precision Micro etches a variety of nickel components for the medical industry, including gold plated electrical hearing aid contacts

Aluminium is well suited to aerospace applications where fatigue limits must be high

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See how photo etching works

The basic principles of photo etching can be demonstrated in nine process steps.

Technical guidelines

Created to guide you through designing for the photo etching process, outlining achievable tolerances and component features.

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With backgrounds which include CAD, machining, technical and operations planning, our sales engineers have the photo etching know-how to answer your questions.

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Component samples designed specifically to demonstrate the features and benefits of photo etching.

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Submit your component data for technical evaluation and pricing.

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