Achieving Precision and Excellence

At Pureon, we take immense pride in offering cutting-edge lapping services that ensure the highest levels of precision and excellence. Lapping is a specialized machining process that is crucial for achieving flatness and smoothness on various materials and components. Whether it’s ceramics, metals, or other hard materials, our lapping process is designed to deliver exceptional results for a wide range of applications and industries.

Understanding the Lapping Process

Lapping is a non-traditional machining technique that involves the use of abrasive compounds or slurries, and a precision-controlled abrasive tool called a lapping plate. During the process, the workpiece is held against the rotating lapping plate, which removes material from the surface in a carefully controlled manner. The combination of rotational motion and abrasive action results in the material being removed uniformly, producing a high-precision, flat surface.

Precision and Flatness: Our Commitment

We understand the criticality of precision in modern industries. Our consumables for the lapping process are meticulously crafted to achieve remarkable flatness, tight tolerances, and surface finishes that meet or exceed our clients' exacting requirements. We employ state-of-the-art products and follow strict quality control protocols to ensure the highest level of accuracy and consistency throughout the lapping process for our customers.

Versatility in Lapping Materials

Our expertise in lapping spans across a broad spectrum of materials. No two projects are the same, and we take pride in our ability to tailor our consumables for the lapping process to meet the unique demands of each application. Whether it's achieving superior flatness, edge retention, or surface roughness, our skilled technicians and engineers work closely with clients to understand their needs and deliver customized lapping solutions.

Interested in Lapping?

We are happy to share our knowledge with you and remain at your disposal for any further questions.

Dr. Ravi Bollina