Integran’s cutting-edge electroforming processes leverage a highly specialized use of electrodeposition for the manufacturing of nano-technoloy enabled metals and metal alloys. Unlike current alternatives, Integran’s electroforming process can be successfully achieved with nano-Copper, nano-Nickel, and nano-Cobalt metals, allowing for a vast array of dimensional tolerances and functional surface finishes.
This type of metal forming process includes the use of highly customizable mandrels which are passivated for seamless component separation post-electroform. As the world leader in metallurgical nano-technologies, Integran remains the only firm capable of electroformed material separation at dimensional tolerances as small as 2-4 microns in thickness – perfect for laser-cut SMT stencil foils, positive mandrels for miscellaneous industrial use, as well as a wide range of critical components requiring similar dimensional tolerances.
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