CHEMICAL ETCHING

CHEMICAL ETCHING

As experts in a wide range of engineering support and manufacturing solutions, you can rely on SJS Products, a Jamcor Corporation to provide you with first class support when you partner with us for your manufacturing requirements. Whether you need items cast or 3D printing, or require advice and help with CNC machining, or team of expert engineers can help, and we also provide our expertise in chemical etching processes. What is chemical etching used for, and why might you need our help?

What is Chemical Etching

Chemical etching is one of a number of engineering and production methods, and involves the removal of parts of raw material – usually a metal in this case – to create a precision item. It is used for a wide range of applications – some of which we talk about below – and has its roots in processes that were first used many centuries ago.

The basis of chemical etching – often referred to as chemical milling – involves the parts that need to be etched or milled being immersed in acids or other chemicals which serve to erode, very quickly, the parts of the material not needed. The result is a very accurate rendition of a required item, even of the very smallest size. At SJS Products, a Jamcor Corporation we use the latest chemical etching equipment and techniques, and our expert team is here to talk to you in detail about any project you may wish to commence.

Who Uses Chemical Etching?

The process of chemical etching is used in many areas of precision engineering and manufacturing. For example, it is widely used in the production of printed circuit boards, in which the metal is etched away leaving only the circuit remaining, and similarly in the production of semiconductors. The aerospace industry uses chemical etching for precision production of a wide variety of parts, and it is used similarly in manufacturing of missiles and other military equipment.

The process is used in the automotive industry for the production of many metal parts, as it is fast and efficient as well as accurate, and in any area of manufacturing where miniaturisation is present. The team at SJS Products, a Jamcor Corporation can help you with advice on how to use chemical etching in your manufacturing processes, and we are here to talk to you right now.

More Information

At SJS Products, a Jamcor Corporation we are not just a supplier, we are a partner in your manufacturing project and give you our full attention. This way, we ensure that our customers get the very best of our knowledge and experience, and benefit to the full extent from the expertise of our team of engineering technicians.

We offer unrivalled experience in chemical etching – as well as in general engineering support and many other manufacturing processes – and have already been partners in many successful engineering projects. If you are looking for more information and help with regard to chemical etching or any of our services and solutions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch, we’re waiting to talk to you about your next exciting project.

Close strategic relationships with our factory partners mean that SJS Products, a Jamcor Corporation, is poised to work with all our business partners in creating customized product solutions. We pride ourselves on being able to offer “specials” in situations where our competitors cannot. We believe that cost-savings can be best achieved through efficient collaborative engineering design coupled with strategic procurement practices including volume purchasing and Vendor Managed Inventory programs. If we can pool our resources to lower the cost of any given product, we can pass that savings on to our customers.

Close strategic relationships with our factory partners mean that SJS Products, a Jamcor Corporation, is poised to work with all our business partners in creating customized product solutions. We pride ourselves on being able to offer “specials” in situations where our competitors cannot. We believe that cost-savings can be best achieved through efficient collaborative engineering design coupled with strategic procurement practices including volume purchasing and Vendor Managed Inventory programs. If we can pool our resources to lower the cost of any given product, we can pass that savings on to our customers.