Precision masking takes place when specific areas of an item don’t need a finish applied to them, but the rest of the item does. The part finishing that you choose to utilize won’t touch the areas that you block off, and the masking will protect them. Areas that you may wish to block off include sections intended for bolts or other objects. You may also want to mask an area if it doesn’t require multiple finishes, while the surrounding sections do.
Industries that Need Precision Masking
There are several industries that can benefit from precision masking during the part finishing process. These industries include:
- Medical fields
- And more
Permanent Precision Masking
Our team performs permanent precision masking. This is essential for objects with intricate shapes that require precise measurements. You only need to apply a permanent mask once, because they can withstand almost all chemicals that they’ll comes in contact with. This method of masking is the best for the environment because it produces the least amount of waste.
Plugs & Plates
We can attach plugs and plates to a part before coating it. We typically use this method for ongoing, high-volume jobs. This is cost effective in the long run and reduces waste.
We can also mask your product with oven-ready, high-temperature tape. This is ideal for smaller powder coating projects.
Custom and Consistent Solutions for Precision Masking of Parts
Our team is experienced at precision masking of parts so that the final product meets client specifications. For high volume manufacturing, we are capable of developing masking templates in house to provide quick and consistent part masking, helping to reduce final product costs to the customer. Custom solutions, engineering ingenuity and expertise allow us to produce dependable, quality results for your unique requirements.
Contact our team with any questions about our precision masking service, or to receive a quote.