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There are chemical solutions for to etch stainless steel ???

There are chemical solutions for to etch stainless steel ???

There are chemical solutions for to etch stainless steel ???

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Hi everyone,

I ve a question.

Is it possible to find chemicals solutions for to etch stainless steel or Hard Metal.

Thanks....

[]Ruas

RE: There are chemical solutions for to etch stainless steel ???

10%nitic/2% hydroflouric etches stainless preety readily.

RE: There are chemical solutions for to etch stainless steel ???

Rruas

Take a look at ASTM E340, Standard test method for macroetching metals and alloys. It should have something in there you can use. If that doesn't work, ASTM E407, Standard test method for microetching metals and alloys might have somrthing you can use or adapt.

    Regards

         Bruv

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