Micro joints"Removing excellent weld connections on the side of a product"
The removal of microjoints refers to the process of eliminating or smoothing very small weld connections or micro-welds. Microjoints are extremely tiny weld seams that occur during the welding of metal components, typically on a microscopic scale. Microjoint connections are a convenient way to keep small cut pieces attached to the plate, preventing them from falling into the cutting bed.
The removal of microjoints involves eliminating these sharp protrusions at the product’s outer edge. This is important to prevent the protrusions from causing injury to individuals working with the material and to enhance the quality and functionality of the processed component.
Together for the best solution in micro joints removal
Q-Fin offers the SkipJoint, an advanced machine designed for efficiently removing microjoints in metal components, including steel, aluminum, and stainless steel sheets, after cutting processes such as laser, plasma, and water jet cutting. The SkipJoint is specifically engineered to accurately and effectively eliminate microjoints, making it the ideal choice for manufacturing processes where precision and surface finishing are of paramount importance. This machine is cost-effective, fast, and user-friendly, contributing to the enhancement of the overall quality of your products by eliminating sharp protrusions.
Why micro joints with Q-Fin?
- Effortlessly remove microjoints
- Ensures consisten quality
- No unwanted edge rounding
- Fast processing times
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