Why choose chemical etching chemical milling for thin metal parts

Chemical etching/chemical milling is an excellent choice for customized thin metal parts, it is different from stamping and laser cutting, for stamping, once your design confirmed, you can’t change the design at will. For chemical etching/chemical milling, it is easy to make the prototypes without any tooling charge and quick lead time (normally is 3 …

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What’s the main service of TMN photo chemical etching

TMN photochemical etching manufacturer is located in China, the main services of TMN photo etching factory are etching, bending, electronic-plating, milling and so on. The main products of TMN photo chemical etching factory are below: Copper lead frames Encoder discs Custom thin and precision shims Battery contacts Flex circuits Fuel cell plates Decorative components EMI …

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Photo chemical etching and stamping,which one should I choose for the metal components?

First of all, you should know the main production technologies of photochemical etching and stamp for metal components. Photochemical etching also called wet etching, the main process is to etch metal raw materials with chemical solutions to get the desired metal shapes. Stamping is to make the metal plates deformed by high pressure with tools …

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Lead frames are produced by stamping and photochemical etching, which one is more cost-effective?

Lead frames are widely utilized in the semiconductor devices, electrical devices, and circuit boards, lead frame designs are complex and changing the specifications and features all the time. The advantages of photochemical etching and stamping as below: Photochemical etching, Without any cost for tooling, High time-efficient, Low expansion rate Design, optimization without financial penalty, Low-risk …

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