TBT: When is Ultrasonic Polishing Equipment Justified?

Today we’re starting a new blog “series” we’re calling Throw-Back Thursday (TBT) in which we’ll be reintroducing readers to content from our magazine that we feel still has relevance and value, even if the articles were written several years ago.

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Ultrasonic polishing system offered by MoldShopTools.com, formerly Mold and Die Technology Inc., out of Traverse City, Michigan, in 2007.

 

Today we’re starting a new blog “series” we’re calling Throw-Back Thursday (TBT) in which we’ll be reintroducing readers to content from our magazine that we feel still has relevance and value, even if the articles were written several years ago.

While technologies are ever-evolving, there are always helpful hints, tips, strategies or techniques that can shed light on, or solve, a current challenge.

We often hear from readers about topics we’ve covered in an article that they would like to locate and share, but they can’t remember when it was published. Our TBT blogs can help. In fact, if there is an article you’ve been searching for, please let us know and perhaps we’ll be able to bring it to you right here.

Today’s TBT article is from MoldMaking Technology, June 2007. Our author provides helpful guidelines for how to determine whether your operations could benefit by the use of ultrasonic mold polishing equipment.

Access “When is Ultrasonic Polishing Equipment Justified?” here.

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