Machining • Photo Chemical Machining
Photochemical machining (PCM), also known as photochemical milling or photo etching, is a way to produce highly complex parts with very fine detail accurately and economically.
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Tecomet conducts photochemical machining and photo etching to create complex shapes, patterns and textures to tolerances of plus or minus 0.0002 or 10 percent of material thickness. Typical machined products include: burr hole covers, cranial plates, patient specific implants, dental implants, extremity plates, mandible plates, orbital plates, spinal plates and spacers, traveling wave tube grids, x-ray scatter reduction grids, and collimation grids.
Elcon Inc. photochemical machines products to tolerances of plus or minus 0.005", 0.00025", 0.0005", or 0.002". Specific products include: fiber optics, R/F shielding, optical encoders, lead frame prototypes, aerospace components, traveling wave tube shadow and control grids, vacuum electronics, microwave transmitting tubes, and medical components.