Extrude Hone

Irwin,  PA 
United States
http://www.extrudehone.com
  • Booth: 134

Extrude Hone serves customers in many market segments, including automotive, aerospace, heavy industry, medical, and general engineering. From engineering to fully automated solutions, Extrude Hone supports its customers with edge blending, shaping and fine-flow tuning surfacing solutions through its engineered processes and state-of-the-art finishing technologies, delivering ultimate added value, and improving productivity and quality.

Extrude Hone offers customers access to Abrasive Flow Machining, Electrochemical Machining (ECM), Dynamic ECM, Precise ECM, and Thermal Energy Method via our Technical Centers / Contract Shops, ensuring our presence during all of the most critical feasibility tests and demonstrations – from the early design phases by producing, prototyping through testing, and supporting the ramping stage in our contract shops prior to the final delivery of state-of-the-art equipment. Our company offers first-class service around the world.


 Products

  • COOLPULSE
    Extrude Hone’s COOLPULSE technology for surface finishing provides an economical way of processing and refining the rough surface finishes found on metal 3D-printed parts through either a flexible Bath approach, or a targeted Tooling approach....

  • Extrude Hone’s COOLPULSE technology for surface finishing provides an economical way of processing and refining the rough surface finishes found on metal 3D-printed parts.

    Like ECM, COOLPULSE follows the principles of anodic metal dissolution but can be applied in two ways. The first method is Bath technology, in which the part is placed between two metal plates. The method is easy to setup and a flexible way to micro-deburr parts without much dedicated tooling.

    The second method, Tooling technology, uses a dedicated cathode which mirrors the part geometry. This method enables improving the external and internal surface finish while removing defects from support structures simultaneously. Depending on the surface finish requirements, the Tooling method can either use a simple setup tooling, assembled with standard parts of a toolkit, or a specifically designed cathode produced on a metal 3D printer.


 Additional Info

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Look to Extrude Hone's COOLPULSE and other Technologies (AFM/ECM/TEM) to help:
 Deburr and polish internal, hard-to-reach areas
 Reduce wear and improve corrosion resistance
 Shape and finish tools and devices in a single step
 Enhance sterility of instruments by removing surface imperfections and rough edges
 Achieve the mirror polish preferred for surgical instruments
 Accomplish precise machining of intricate shapes for surgical instruments and other devices