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Special Media

At ActOn Finishing we have developed a range of specially formulated media, which enable manufacturers to achieve consistent finishing results, in an efficient way. ActOn Special Media can be used for various mass finishing applications, from polishing and burnishing to smoothing the component’s surface and grinding.

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Special Plastic Media

We recommend using the Special Plastic Media to finish parts manufactured out of non-ferrous materials, semi-precious and precious alloy and also stainless steel. Some of the applications include:

  • Achieving a low surface finish on medical implants manufactured using materials such as Cobalt Chrome and Stainless Steel.
  • Removing machining lines on Cobalt Chrome and Stainless Steel parts.
  • Grinding.
  • Polishing.
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Wood Media

Wood Media is generally used in dry finishing processes, in vibratory finishing machines and centrifugal finishing machines. Used in combination with finishing compounds, this media is great for applications such as, smooth finishing, polishing, dry tumbling or light deburring.

Wood Media comes in shapes such as cubes, diamonds and pegs - and can be used on parts manufactured from materials such as: plastic, nylon, ceramics, wood and metals.

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Stainless Steel Media

ActOn Stainless Steel Media is mainly used for burnishing, cleaning and light deburring. However, this media can also be used to smooth the part surface, remove imperfections, and peen metal parts' edges. Our Stainless Steel Media wears very slowly with a life of up to 10,000 hours. For a burnishing finish, we recommend that the media is used with the burnishing compound in a reinforced vibratory finishing machine, such as the ActOn B Series.

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