Traditional polishing of knives presents several challenges. Firstly, it is a highly time-consuming process. Achieving a consistent and uniform texture and quality across different parts of the knives is difficult, and manual polishing becomes problematic in hard-to-reach areas, resulting in uneven results. Moreover, the final quality of the polish is closely linked to the skills of the individual polisher, leading to variations in the end product. Additionally, the traditional abrasive polishing methods are expensive and demand significant resources, making them cost-inefficient. Finally, these procedures expose operators to noise, dust, and toxic labor environments, further complicating the traditional approach.
Before adopting GPAINNOVA’s Dry Suspension electropolishing system, the customer used to perform manual abrasive polishing with polishing discs and tapes in manual workstations. This traditional approach was not cost-efficient as it required significant resources and was labor-intensive. Additionally, operators were exposed to noise, dust, and toxic labor environments during the manual polishing process. However, with the adoption of GPAINNOVA’s Dry Suspension electropolishing system, these challenges were addressed effectively, offering a more efficient and environmentally-friendly solution.