A while back, a client of ours had a problem with their fuel system components breaking under high pressure. That’s when Camcraft brought in abrasive flow technology. Michael Goldman, engineer at Camcraft, explains how abrasive flow machining works in this video.
As discussed, the part has been in production for one year, and because of the implementation of abrasive flow machining, we’ve had no failures in the field.
At Camcraft, we work closely with our customers, collaborating to develop blueprints for manufacturability. Together, we identify issues, introduce new technology and reduce cost.
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