NW Etch has proudly been invited back to discuss the Advantages of Photochemical Machining (PCM) for intricate thin metal parts at the 15th Annual AmCon Design & Contract Manufacturing Expo. Come visit our booth #111 on February 16th or 17th at the Meydenbauer Center in Bellevue. Expect free admission, free attendee parking, free seminars, and more. The seminars will be hosted on topics ranging from Photo Chemical Machining, 3D Printing, Negotiation Do's & Don'ts, Social Security, and more!
Free Photo Chemical Machining Seminar by NW Etch
WHEN | Wednesday, February 17th From 11:30 to 12:30
WHERE | Meydenbauer Center in Bellevue
WHO | Due to excellent ratings received by attendees last year, NW Etch's very own Mitch Zoch has been invited back to speak!
WHAT | We will review the intricacies of the photo chemical machining process, and provide tips on deciding if your project can benefit from this alternative machining method.
WHY | If you've ever struggled with thin metal components creating bottlenecks in the production process, or had parts warp or discolor, this seminar is for you. The problem may not lie within the design of the part, but rather how it was machined. Photochemical machining is by no means new, yet few designers or mechanical engineers are familiar with the process.
HOW | Preview our process via this short video at www.nwetch.com
Join us as we explore what differentiates Photo Chemical Machining (PCM) from other machining methods. We will also discuss important design considerations, why companies utilize us from the prototype through production phases, and what differentiates a quality photo chemical machining vendor from the others.
BONUS | Be sure to bring along drawings from a current project to determine if the PCM process is right for you, and how to best take advantage of our capabilities. We will also provide a free design criteria template, and a gift for each attendee that can be utilized all year long!
About Northwest Etch
Since 1978, NW Etch has provided custom photo etching services in Tacoma, WA., working with a wide variety of metals, including copper, beryllium copper, brass and aluminum, nickel alloys, bronze and of course, stainless steel. NW Etch creates custom precision metal parts for numerous industries, including the aerospace, automotive, electronics, medical device, telecommunications, solar and satellite industries. Let us help with your next project, and call 800-343-2401.
(Photos Courtesy of AmCon)