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Mass finishing for turned and milled parts
Mass finishing is a separation process. The term refers to surface processing of mainly metallic workpieces, such as turned, milled and stamped parts.
Mass finishing is also known as Trowalisation®. This is named after the company Walther Trowal, which was the first to use mass finishing in a drum for industrial purposes.
Mass finishing does not always involve grinding. Depending on the process, it can also involve lapping or polishing. For this reason, it is also sometimes called barrel polishing. Mass finishing/barrel polishing is governed by the standard DIN 8589.
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