Comparison before and after polishing the inner wall of stainless steel pores in the medical industry
In the medical industry, the requirements for the smoothness of the stainless steel pores are too high. The customer cannot meet the requirements for the smoothness of the holes during the machining process. They can only rely on fluid polishing for subsequent treatment. The fluid polishing machine uses the upper and lower cylinders to squeeze the abrasive, so that the abrasive is in the workpiece High squeezing force flows back and forth to achieve the effects of deburring and inner wall polishing. Fluid polishing is usually a complex (special) cavity that cannot be completed by traditional machining of product workpieces. The interior of the cavity cannot be polished by hand or traditional mechanical polishing. And other methods meet the polishing requirements. Fluid polishing utilizes the fluidity of the abrasive, and the semi-solid plasticity achieves the internal polishing of complex (special) cavities. The attached pictures are the photos before and after polishing of special pipe fittings for medical use.