Chemical etching precision parts in China
|Introduction：||chemical etching all kinds of metal material, thickness from 0.02 mm up to 1.2 mm, tolerance +/-0.01 mm|
|Material：||All kinds of metals|
|Thickness：||0.02mm to 1.2 mm|
|Main technology：||chemical etching|
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Julid Technology takes particular pride in our state of chemical etching process. We specialize in chemically machining thin stainless steel foils with excellent feature and tolerance control. For example, we successfully etch production stainless steel components that are 0.001 inches thick. We can also etch stainless steel as thick as 0.040 inches.
The advantage of our chemical etching process is that it is a cost-effective and repeatable way to produce even the most intricate parts. There are many manufacturing benefits because our process can chemically machine parts without affecting the remaining material and surface finish. Etched parts are cut clean with no heat-affected zones or burrs. Our process can also be used to create half-etch or partial etch areas that are impossible to produce with other manufacturing methods.? This can be used to create features with varying thicknesses, or mark the surface of a component with a logo or part number. Chemical?etching is even used to micro-etch the surface of completed components to improve bonding in later processes.
Chemical etching is used for a variety of products in every industry. Julid etches stainless steel springs for aerospace components, flat-wires for medical catheters, covers for telecommunication circuit boards and surgical cutting tools. Our control of edge features can even ensure a very sharp edge for use on medical cutting blades.
Stainless steel is used for its corrosion resistance, low cost and versatility of its different grades. For example, stainless steel 17-7PH Condition A material can be heat-treated to Condition CH900, which gives the material very high tensile and yield strength. Stainless steel grade 316 is used in many medical devices because it is biocompatible and less expensive than titanium.
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