Best Contract Manufacturing in Hilliard, OH
You may be having a backlog of parts and components that you would want to give a customized finishing but it seems that you are running out of options. Your customers are already waiting for the products on the other side, and the pressure is now building up. No way! Ohio Contract Manufacturing Specialists offers metal finishing services among many other metal fabrication services that you can rely on to avoid pressure and to release the pressure that has already built.
Using the best contract manufacturing in Hilliard is one of the best ways that you can depend on to have your parts ready for delivery. Even if it is not metal finishing that we are going to talk about here, you can still depend on the services that we offer to make your manufacturing process very easy and straightforward. A word of causation, it is not possible to gain from contract manufacturing if you don’t take your time to get the best contractor.
What is metal finishing?
Metal finishing can be loosely defined as the last operations that are carried on fabricated products to improve the adaptability, suitability, and cosmetic value of the parts. This is achieved through many different methods that are as discussed below:
Electroless plating – This involves immersing the parts and components into a liquid solution that has the metal needed to form a layer on top of it. The coating is then applied through chemical action and not electricity as we will see with electroplating shortly. The liquid solution does not only contain the desired metal but also other chemicals that aid in the keeping of the bath and chemical action needed to form a thin layer on the metal.
Electroplating – It is the same case as electroless with the only difference being that electricity is used instead of the chemical. An electric current is passed through the liquid with the parts to be electroplated acting as the cathode, and therefore, attracts ions from the solution.
Passivation – This is the application of an oxide layer on the surface of the finished parts to protect it from rusting. It has many color variants, which can be expiated to double up for aesthetics.
Cladding – This method makes use of heat and pressure to mount a protective layer or coat onto the metal surfaces. If a thicker coating is required, then it can be achieved by this method and not the previously discussed ones.
Case Hardening – This is done to make metallic components harder, thereby improving their abrasive resistance. Parts and products t be used in the mines are likely to be given this treatment. It is referred to as a metallurgical process that is aimed at altering the metal surface hardness.
Powder coating – This method was introduced as the best alternative to liquid coating. Powder coating is considered as the most resistant to abrasion, cost-effective, fast process, and sentimentally-friendly method of adding a coat to the metal parts. It also lasts longer than any other coating method.
Unlike other contract manufacturers that focus on just one specific type of service, we are a company skilled and experienced to perform a large scale of services. Our focus and attention to detail on your project and task goes above and beyond. We exceed the expectations to all of our clients daily.
Our core offerings and services at Ohio Contract Manufacturing Specialists includes, but is not limited to, the following below:
We service multiple cities throughout the state of Ohio. We provide all the services listed above, and much more in every city throughout Ohio.
If you don’t see your city listed or a specific service listed, don’t worry. All you have to do is contact us by either giving us a call or filling out our online contact form. Then we’ll discover what are some of the top solutions for you, your business, and executing a solid solution.