Photo Etching Plate

  • Photochemical etching is an ideal process for metal grids, screens, meshes, filters, separators, microfilters, grilles, lighting diffusers and other perforated metal applications.

  • The photo etching process produces perforated metal parts with consistent, burr-free holes as small as .004” in .002” thick material. As a general rule, minimum hole size is 110% of the thickness of the material, e.g. on .010” material, the smallest hole would be .011.”

  • Unlike mechanical perforating methods such as punching, stamping or laser cutting, photochemical machining of metal leaves the material free of burrs and induced mechanical or thermal stress or deformation.

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