How to Make Sure Delicate Machined Parts Do Not Scratch?

In Custom Wire Baskets, Mechanical Engineering

Drew Greenblatt on February 5, 2014

00013026.jpgNylon coating material handling wire baskets is a great solution for protecting delicate machined parts from scratching. A scratched precision component causes rework and additional inspections - unacceptable in a high technology factory that requires a workforce devoted to improving throughput and not constantly going back to fix root cause problems. A scratched part that escapes an inspection team and shipped to the client causes additional client dissatisfaction.

Nylon Powder is a coating material which can be applied to any substrate that can withstand the process temperature of about 400 F. Marlin Steel typically deploys the fluid bed method. At the process temperature it fuses into solid Nylon. Nylon is FDA approved and the maximum useful temperature is 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Nylon comes in a matte or gloss finish.

Getting it right the first time is critical with a highly engineered material handling basket.

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Author: Drew Greenblatt
Drew Greenblatt
Drew Greenblatt bought Marlin Steel Wire Products in 1998 when it was a small maker of a commodity product. Since then, it has grown revenue seven-fold. In the face of challenges to the global economy, Marlin Steel has invested more than $3.5 million in robotics in a quest for quality and speed.

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