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  • Metal finishing since 1959

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Everything we see, everything visible is a surface. In order to meet the requirements of an optimum surface, it is necessary to deal with the material, its function and its field of application. The comprehensive finishing of metal surfaces is the core competence of Stalderfinish.

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Stalderfinish has placed great emphasis on its own quality management since its foundation. Certification according to ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015 guarantees continually high quality and points the way to the future.

       

Smallestparts Electropolished or Anodised in Barrel

09. December 2020

Are you familiar with the service package for small parts?


With the rational refinement of aluminium and stainless steel we have dedicated ourselves entirely to the barrel finish. We have invested even more time and know-how in the further development of these special processes. Where in classic anodic oxidation/anodising and electropolishing all parts are placed individually by hand on conductive frames, customers lost valuable time. This is neither practicable nor economical for small parts for cost reasons. The Stalder team relies on specific finishing in the barrel. With these processes, small parts such as rivets, nipples, screws, nuts, bolts or turned parts can be processed in large quantities with guaranteed economic efficiency. Bulk material enters the drum already during pre-treatment and passes through the most efficient process up to finishing. In this way, hundreds of thousands of parts can be finished every day. Additional modules for further process steps offer a whole range of solutions. Individual customer requirements can be taken into account. You decide whether your smallestparts are treated in colour or with a special function.

The great price advantage and the much faster processing compared to conventional processes should be emphasised. But see for yourself, the page for miniature parts: www.smallestparts.com
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