Technical Specifications

Our process is exceedingly precise, and our team is knowledgable about industry regulations. We will work with you to ensure your component allows your finished product to comply with standards. The first step is a finished component that meets the exact specifications of your design. Our process is unmatched in precision.

Learn More About our features

  • Tolerances as low as 10% of material thickness
  • Metal thickness range from .001”- .125″
  • Outside corner radius are equal to 20% material thickness
  • Controlled depth etch features (Bend lines, part identifiers, etc) typically up to 50% thickness within +/- .001”
  • Etching is a burr-free and stress-free process. Stamping and machining impart thermal and mechanical stresses to parts, and the function of some parts require that these stresses are not present. Etched parts are also flatter for this reason.

Metals

We are able to create your component out of a number of practical and durable metals, including  stainless steel, copper alloys, and aluminum. Our experts can help you determine the right material.

  • 300 & 400 series stainless steel
  • Cold-rolled steel
  • Copper
  • Beryllium Copper
  • Nickel Silver
  • Phosphor Bronze
  • Aluminum
  • Invar
  • Kovar
  • Nickel
  • Cupro Nickel
  • Brass

Coatings

Improve your component performance with custom coatings. Our capabilities are extensive, and our commitment to precision means each part will meet our high standards for finishing quality. NADCAP plating available if requested.

  • Silver plate
  • Teflon™
  • Electroless Nickel
  • Tin-lead
  • Chromate conversion
  • Gold plating
  • Passivation

Unmatched Technology & Precision for Reliable Results

Switzer’s advanced photochemical etching process allows an exceptional degree of control that creates exceedingly precise, highly functional EMI/RFI shielding components. Our process is extremely agile, making design changes simple and high volumes more practical. Take your production to the next level with Switzer’s additional precision capabilities and expert support and get the reliable results you need from your EMI/RFI shielding components.

  • Drilling
  • Semi-Automated Paint Line
  • Punching/Blanking
  • Pem Insertion
  • Surface Graining
  • Forming
  • Coatings

Consult with a Technical Sales Expert About Your EMI/RFI Shielding Requirements

At Switzer, our in-house sales team understands both the technology we leverage to create your components and the standards of RF and microwave industry. A consultation with our sales team is more than a quote, because Switzer does more than make your parts. Schedule your consultation to discuss:

R&D Assistance
Leveraging Multiple Product Lines
Network of Secondary Resources
Production Integrations & Transitions

Your Component Specialist is

Tracey Hibbert

EMI/RFI Shielding
tracey.hibbert@switzermfg.com

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An update regarding Switzer’s production status at this stage of the COVID-19 pandemic.