If you’re sourcing machining or die casting then you’ll no doubt be focused on just that – the initial process. Centring your search on the range of services available to you such as aluminium die casting, gravity die casting, pressure or structural die casting.
But it’s important not to lose sight of the end goal – the quality of the final component produced. Which is why finishing is so important too. Whether for appearance or performance, the facts remain the same – surface finishing is a key part of the process to ensure you achieve a quality die cast and shouldn’t be overlooked.
What is finishing?
In most cases, a die cast or machined component should go through a final process of surface finishing. Why? Because this will help to ensure the quality of your end product.
Finishing can not only increase durability and accuracy, but it can add to the aesthetics of a component too.
During most machining and casting processes, metal imperfections can occur. Pieces become burred and sharp edges or compressions form. Whilst at first glance these may seem inconsequential, they can have a real impact on the end functionality and appearance of a product.
Going through a final ‘finishing’ stage ensures that your end result fully meets specifications and that parts look and function exactly as required.
Our finishing services
Thanks to advancements in technology, finishing services aren’t always necessary but it’s a service that should still be readily available to you.
Here at Lupton and Place, we offer a wide range of in-house finishing procedures to guarantee that your components are fully compatible with their intended final use.
Services we offer include:
- Special purpose machining
- Vibratory deburring
- Ball burnishing
- Shot blasting
- Multi-head drilling and taping
- Surface finish solutions including powder coating, PTFE coating and plating
Work with the experts
There is a reason why we’re market leaders. Our reputation as expert die casters has been secured through hard work and a determination never to offer anything less than exceptional customer service.
With a keen eye for detail, we will work closely with you from the initial stages of die casting or machining, right through to those all-important final finishing touches. With our communication lines always open, we will listen carefully to your requirements and offer our expert advice and guidance on the best and most cost-effective options for your specific parts and their intended use.
To find out more about the services we offer and how we may be able to assist, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. Call us on 01282 422361, email firstname.lastname@example.org or fill in our contact form and we’ll be back in touch with you soon.