Cadence Expands CNC Electrochemical Grinding Technology
Cadence expands its electrochemical grinding technology
STAUNTON, VA (July 19, 2018) – Cadence recently expanded its Electrochemical Grinding (ECG) technology at the Cranston, Rhod...
STAUNTON, VA (July 19, 2018) – Cadence recently expanded its Electrochemical Grinding (ECG) technology at the Cranston, Rhode Island facility. The latest equipment uses high precision, burr-free grinding with CNC control. This enables robust processing of harder materials such as spring tempered steel and heat treated stainless steel for profile grinding- shavers and related products.
“This latest technology allows us to produce high precision, burr-free point grinding, as well as complex geometries with a cost effective process for our customers,” stated John Rose, Senior Project Engineer at Cadence RI. “Some of our current operations such as tube cutting, stylet notch cuts, and trocar tip forms are now burr free in one efficient process.”
The new ECG technology also allows grinding to extremely tight tolerances and very low cutting forces for thin wall parts. Furthermore, Cadence can cut almost all types of metals burr-free with this new technology.
Interested in learning more about our ECG technology, visit www.cadenceinc.com/ecg.
About Cadence, Inc. – Cadence Inc. is a leading supplier of advanced products, technologies and services to medical device and specialty industrial companies worldwide. Cadence develops solutions-oriented relationships with customers and provides highly technical solutions that enable improved product performance in clearly measurable ways. Cadence employs approximately 500 people worldwide with its corporate headquarters in Staunton, VA.
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