One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
verb[with object]often as noun electropolishing
Give a shiny surface to (metal) using electrolysis.‘electropolished aluminium’
- ‘A single-source supplier of metal device fabrication services can mark and engrave medical and surgical components and provide in-house laser welding, electropolishing, and passivation.’
- ‘Parts coming off the machine typically do not have dross or slag left over from the cutting process, which means less time in the electropolishing postprocess.’
- ‘In the next step, the stents are put through electropolishing in order to smooth out their surfaces.’
- ‘For example, coronary stents manufactured of 316L-grade stainless steel can undergo a wide range of annealing, passivation, electropolishing, and cleaning processes.’
- ‘So laser-cut edges might require postprocessing work such as electropolishing or multistep chemical procedures.’
- ‘This can be improved by mechanical polishing or electropolishing.’
- ‘In some cases, if the process or design limits the amount of recast present, electropolishing alone can remove surface contaminants.’
- ‘In addition to its laser processing, the company provides postprocessng operations such as electropolishing, annealing, surface finishing, and bending.’
- ‘Nitinol parts can exhibit heat-affected zones after thermocutting, crevices between grains, and sharp edges, which is why electropolishing nitinol parts is a necessary step.’
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