Modern Machine Shop

OCT 2017

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Page 171 of 188 October 2017 MMS 169 MODERN EQUIPMENT REVIEW heat applications such as pistons, rotors, calipers and machined components where break-in lubric- ity is critical. The coating is a 20-min. process that requires five steps, which the company says makes it ideal for the in-house finishing needs of many machine shops and OEM manufacturers. It is safe to apply at temperatures ranging from 140 to 160°F with no boiling or splattering. Bath maintenance requires a simple procedure to monitor the concentration. B i rc hwo o d Te c h n o l o g i e s s ay s th at w h e n compared to room-temperature blackening, the Microlok MZN coating exhibits better corrosion resistance and operates at a lower cost. It is ideal for parts that do not require a dark black finish, but need robust corrosion protection. The finish complies with MIL-DTL-16232G, Type Z, Classes 1, 2 and 3. Suburban Tool MASTER HEIGHT ™ Suburban Tool, Inc. 4141 N. Atlantic Blvd. Auburn Hills, MI 48326 PHONE: (248) 391-7800 EMAIL: ELECTRONIC HEIGHT GAUGES USB and RS232 Ports For Data Transfer Motorized and Manual Movement Features: Air Bearing Cushion With Built-In Air Pump Buy Now at: Multiple Reference Points 800.525.3536 Flat lift rating of 220 to 4,400 lbs. MAGNETS Booth 1332 See Master Magnetics at WORK GPMI IS YOUR COMPLETE CONTRACT MANUFACTURING SOURCE FOR PRECISION STEEL, ALUMINUM, BRASS, BRONZE AND COMPOSITE PRODUCTS. 700 E. Soper Road | Bad Axe, MI 48413 989-623-4099 | |

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