In addition to its Dynaflow AFM process, Dynetics also sells Dynastream micro-hole-conditioning equipment as well as electrochemical deburring equipment.
What does ECD stand for?
ECD stands for Electrochemical Deburring (process to remove burrs from metals)
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We have 228 other meanings of ECD in our Acronym Attic
- Edelson Clifford D'Angelo (law firm; Ontario, Canada)
- Education and Curriculum Development (various locations)
- Education Childhood Development
- Effect Correspondence Diagram
- Effective Candela
- Effective Cumulative Dose
- Effective Cut-Off Diameter
- El Confidencial Digital (Spanish: The Digital Confidential; newspaper)
- Electrical Critical Dimension
- Électricité Climatisation Domotique (French: Power Conditioning Home Automation)
- Electrochemical Decontamination/Electrodecontamination
- Electrochemical Deposition
- Electrochemical Detector
- Electrochromic Display
- Electron Capture Detector
- Electron Capture Diameter
- Electron Capture Dissociation
- Electronic Check Deposit (Citibank)
- Electronic Civil Disobedience
- Electronic Commerce Directive (UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Currently, there are three effective techniques: Thermal-energy beburring (TED), abrasive flow, and electrochemical deburring (ECD).
This industry offers excellent growth prospects for ECMs as it extensively uses electrochemical deburring (ECD) machines to deburr the internal burrs of various components such as gear wheels, gear wheel shafts, clutch shafts, and crank shafts.