Metal finishing: specific processes to finish metal surfaces and products

Metal finishing is the process of giving a metal object a desired finish. This can be done for aesthetic reasons or to prepare the metal for another process. There are many different methods of metal finishing, each with its own advantages and specific purpose. To meet the needs of different sectors, Volpato designs and manufactures machines for metal finishing, giving each customer the opportunity to create and offer products that are unique and of the highest quality.


Metal surface finishing machine: what finishes can be performed?

A metal surface finishing machine is a machine that can be used to improve the finish of a metal workpiece. There are a variety of different types of metal surface finishing machines, each of which is designed to achieve a specific result.
With a wide range of standard machinery, as well as fully customized machines, the company will give you the opportunity to carry out a large number of metal working processes. Choosing Volpato, you will be able to offer your customers different types of products with precise and durable finishes.

Satin finish metal

Metal satin finish is performed in almost all sectors where this material is used, with different purposes.

Dimpled metal

Metal dimpling consists of uniforming the surface finish of the raw material and is used to improve the functional characteristics of this type of material, though it can also be performed for aesthetic reasons.

Metal polishing

Metal polishing is a process carried out through the use of special brushes soaked in abrasive paste.

Metal sanding

Metal sanding is performed in the many diverse sectors in which these materials are used and has a functional and aesthetic purpose.

Metal lapping

Metal lapping is a precision finishing process for surfaces, performed with brushes that make the most of the action of a sprinkled abrasive powder onto a metal support, often in a similar shape to that of the object to be lapped.

Metal buffing machine

Metal buffing consists of eliminating oxidation and the signs of opacification from this material and is carried out using specialized brushes, soaked in a fine abrasive product, or rinse aid, which work directly on the surface.