Fintek Company News

The latest drag and stream finishing machines from OTEC Präzisionsfinish are enabling us to provide tool users with a superior service that improves the performance and extends the life of cutting tools. Tool condition also directly affects the surface finish of a machined area and the probability of incurring more costs in further processing to meet the required end product quality.

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Just when you thought stream finishing couldn’t get any quicker or easier to integrate into fast flowing production, OTEC Präzisionsfinish produce the SF1-Automation. As in Germany, in the UK ‘productivity’ is the word on every manufacturer’s lips. The SF1-Automation features a chain loader with 64 positions which can change in diameter according to the workpiece or tool to be processed.

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Fintek are at Southern Manufacturing on Stand U97, FIVE, Farnborough, March 21st to 23rd.

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On stand H58 at Aero Engineering 2016, NEC, Fintek will be showcasing their subcontract super surface finishing services for aerospace and other precision component manufacturers. The AS9100 accredited company, will also show equipment along with a full service to help engineers find the right combination of machine, media and process time to achieve the required surface finish for their part.

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At the Farnborough International Airshow, on stand 4/H40, Fintek will show how even minor improvements in surface finishing can yield significant gains in part performance for aerospace component manufacture

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A product being ‘good enough’ no longer cuts the mustard. Fintek will be showing at Subcon at the NEC on June 7-9, Stand A54, how manufacturers can achieve the best possible surface finish for their engineered parts.

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For more than 35 years we have been solving metal super fine surface finishing problems for precision engineers, manufacturers and jewellery makers. The Fintek brand has been mainly used within the subcontract services’ business and Finishing Techniques for machine sales.

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The cutting edge condition of HSS and carbide tools is critical to their stability, reliability and life expectancy in use. Tiny burrs formed during the manufacturing process are usually the cause of early failures. Any benefits of protective coatings are compromised when applied over these burrs. When the tool is first used the burrs break off to form a ‘bare spot’ which wears rapidly. Fintek offer a subcontract service to solve these problems for manufacturers without capital outlay.

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