Machining No-Lead Brass

As environmental standards continue to change in the United States, no-lead brass parts in fixtures are becoming increasingly mandated by regulatory bodies.  Machining no-lead brass is a major challenge for a lot of manufactures.  In today’s blog, Tom Greene talks about the challenges of machining no-lead brass and some different ideas to successfully improve your production and cycle times.

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