Sugino's Cavitation Waterjet Process Offers Shot Peening Alternative

IMTS Spark: Sugino debuts its new cavitation watejet peening technology.


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A jet of water shot-peens a metal part.

Sugino debuts its new cavitation watejet peening technology, which is available with as many as five axes of control for targeting shot peening with no need for masking or cleanup. Also capable of peening inside holes, tubes and cavities, the process uses only water with the impact of GPa-class force. Like traditional peening, the process also improves the life and fatigue strength of metal parts.


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