There are many parts that could be extrude honed, but it can be hard to determine for sure which parts will provide the most benefit after going through the extrude honing process. Naturally, you don’t have all day to sit around researching which parts should or shouldn’t be extrude honed. But you don’t have to spend even a few minutes trying to figure it out.
Get free, expert extrude honing advice in seconds
Instead, call the extrude hone experts at Extrude Hone AFM for expert advice about any parts that you’re not sure about. We’ll walk you through all the most important considerations for this helpful procedure so you can make a well-informed decision about whether to send your part to Extrude Hone AFM or not.
Back up… what is extrude honing?
Extrude honing is a process that enhances the performance of many parts utilized in various industries, including but not limited to aerospace, automotive, food processing, and medical industries. Learn more about the industries we assist here.
During abrasive flow machining (AFM), abrasive media (which is similar to the consistency of wet cement or mud) flows through the part. The abrasive particles in the media gently remove any raised pieces in the part. Media moves through the part with a hydraulic ram that makes the media move perfectly through the part, including tight spaces and other areas that would be difficult to access otherwise.
A Unique AFM design is necessary for each part
Each AFM process needs to be specifically designed for each particular part so that the media can run through it smoothly and achieve optimal performance enhancement for each part. So if you’re not sure whether your part should be extrude honed, feel free to give us a call at (562) 531-2976 or email email@example.com. Our extrude honing experts will be happy to evaluate your part, determine whether extrude honing would be beneficial for your intended application, and give you a comprehensive estimate.
Preparing your part to send to Extrude Hone AFM
If you decide to go ahead with our proposal and send your part to Extrude Hone AFM, we’ll explain to you the best way to prepare it to send to us. Preparing your part will allow us to work as efficiently as possible to put it through the AFM process and send it back to you so you can begin working with it ASAP.
Get started today by calling Extrude Hone AFM at (562) 531-2976 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you! Our expert staff will be happy to explain the AFM process to you and answer any questions you may have.