Near Net Shapes
to meet final
can be very
slow, costly and
wasteful when used as the primary manufacturing
method because it starts cutting from a solid piece of
material that is much larger than the final part.
There are large advantages in using a Near Net Shape
manufacturing process to efficiently produce an approximate
shape, and then high precision net-shape
processes to add the final touches. The result is less material
waste, lower machining time, and a more scalable
Nylatech, Inc. can help you start saving material cost
and machining time for these parts and many others including rollers, bushings, gears, pulleys & sheaves,
sprockets, bearings and valves & seals.
For more information, contact Calvin Petersen, Nylatech,
Inc., P.O. Box 455, Everson, WA 98247, 800-506-9566/360-966-2838, Fax: 360-966-2838, E-mail: email@example.com, Web: www.nylatech.com.