Ferric chloride is one of the most widely used etchants in the field of chemical etching. It is commonly used to etch steel and stainless steel parts, but it is also capable of etching copper. Although it is a versatile etchant for chemical machining, there are some things you should be aware of if you are new to using it. Check out our 6 dos and don’ts with ferric chloride.
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Etch uniformity is becoming crucial to obtaining consistent results across larger panels. Check out the 7 reasons why intermittent spray is the best etch uniformity solution on the market.
Let’s talk about safety! Here, we will share some useful safety tips we have learned over many years in the chemical etching industry. Utilizing these tips on top of normal safety procedures and policies will ensure your chemical etching shop becomes a safe place to work.
In the 1950s, chemical etching revolutionized printed circuit boards by providing an efficient, economical method to produce reliable electronics. How could chemical etching revolutionize technology again, and what changes should we expect in chemical etching? Here, we will talk about the 5 areas in chemical etching where we can expect innovation.
Preventive maintenance is the most important yet most ignored matter in chemical etching. Here, we will go over the 4 reasons you should have a preventative maintenance program.
Thinking about getting into chemical etching? This article was written so you can learn what is required to start a chemical etching plant and learn a little about each process required for etching metal.