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Tumble finishing vs Vibratory finishing: Are you using the right method?

Mass finishing offers the ability to cost-effectively finish large quantities of parts at one time.  The most common types of mass finishing are tumble finishing and vibratory finishing for applications such as deburring, cleaning, radiusing, de-flashing, descaling, polishing, dust removing or surface smoothing.  In this article we are going to unpack what these are and… Read more »

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ActOn Finishing Technology at MACH 2022

MACH 2022 is the first national gathering of the UK’s engineering and manufacturing community in 4 years!  This event will bring together the latest innovations and developments from manufacturing technologies industries in one place. It’s an exhibition that gathers over 25,000 visitors and showcases the latest products, services and technological developments from the manufacturing and… Read more »

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Choosing a surface finishing machine: CHE Finishing or Vibratory Finishing?

From medical implants to jewellery, the choice of what surface finishing machine to use will have an impact on both the process and the outcome. As the UK’s leading experts in designing and developing machinery and consumables for mass finishing applications, at ActOn Finishing we understand it can be confusing trying to understand the difference… Read more »

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ActOn Abrasive Blasting Media: Everything You Need to Know

To achieve the required finish, it is important to consider the abrasive blasting media type, shape, size, density, and hardness. Our specialist with decades of experience in this field are always available to help you choose the right Abrasive Consumables for your process requirement.  ActOn Abrasive Blasting Media Range Aluminium Oxide An aggressive and tough media suitable… Read more »

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Fast and Reliable, the Centrifugal Disc Finishing Machine is Here

The Centrifugal Disc Finishing machine is perfect for processing small and thin components as well as larger parts with a length of 150mm. These machines are recommended for finishing small to medium batches of parts. One of the main advantages of Centrifugal Disc machines is the reduced processing times for most finishing applications. How it works?… Read more »

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TVB Vibratory Tumbler – Minimised investment and extra benefits for OEMs and Subcontractors

Manual finishing processes can be labour intensive, including rework high part rejects rates and inconsistent results. OEMs and Subcontractors usually implement mass finishing techniques in their processes for the economic advantages and the consistent results achieved. Furthermore a minimal investment in finishing vibratory tumbler is an important criterion for all OEMs and Subcontractors . Having identified these issues, we… Read more »

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ActOn Develops Mass Finishing Processes for Metal Additive Manufacturing Industry

The development of this technology has significantly reduced the finishing time for metal additive manufacturing companies in comparison with traditional methods. Also it offers consistent and repeatable results. From reducing surface roughness, to deburring and polishing these are just a few of the applications that can be achieved via the high energy finishing process. The Partnership with The… Read more »

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Polishing and Drying in One Unit

How it works? This space-saving machine integrates polishing and drying in one unit, making the total process more economical. The combining of the two chambers using the specially designed flap arrangements, components can be easily transferred from the inner process chamber to the outer drying chamber, providing a quick and efficient process. Polishing and drying… Read more »

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