Precision cutting of metal parts!

BENEFITS of chemical cutting :


  • conservation of technical characteristics of the metal
  • conservation of the surface
  • absence of microcracks and burrs
  • cutting precision
  • no deformation
  • reduced tooling cost

For more than 37 years, our know-how and our technologies meet the majority of the specifications of our customers.

Engraving, cutting, folding, bending, surface treatments and thermal treatments, our solutions are present in many business sectors: Aeronautics, defence, connectivity, luxury models, optics, mechanics, electronics, Medical, etc.

The main metals used for chemical cutting copper, brass, the nickel silver, copper beryllium, stainless steels, the Pinchbeck, nickel and many others in different shades.

Chemical cutting. What is it ?

The chemical is a method of machining by etching of metal plates which meet parts are protected by a photosensitive film.

This technique is very commonly used and applications are numerous both in electronic and mechanical on thin parts.

The advantages are many:

– No modification of the mechanical properties of the workpiece.

– Ease of machining of very thin parts of complex shapes, without deformation.

– The quality of resulting surface requires no subsequent finishing.

Main relevant metals :

COPPER

Cuivre_200x200

STAINLESS STEEL

Inox_200x200

BRASS

Laiton_200x200

NICKEL SILVER

Maillechort_200x200

From prototype to series. Up to 1.5 mm thick.

After degreasing and washing, parts to achieve are protected by a photosensitive film.

The piece is then immersed in an acid bath, which regularly attacks unprotected parts (engraving)

A rinse completes the chemical machining phase.

Some examples of achievements:

MECHANICS

ELECTRONIC

CONNECTORS

AERONAUTICS

MEDICAL

LUXURY

JEWELRY

ARCHITECTURE

Folding, bending and surface treatment (tin plating,nickel plating, gold plating, etc.) and printing.

Entrust your projects with a recognized professional:

Realization on measure from your plans or your filesFrom prototype to series.