Material, Surface Treatment and Hanging Holes


[Machined Plate Notice1]

Unable to select resin products for new quotation. However, we have resumed accepting orders for previously issued part numbers on November 1.


[Machined Plate Notice2]

The standard shipping days have been extended by 3 days for some steel, stainless steel, and aluminum products. However, the restriction will be lifted and we will resume taking orders on the normal shipping days from Nov. 15.
  • The following materials and surface treatments are possible.
  • *Depending on shape and size, hanging holes may be necessary for surface treatment. Refer to the Design Guidelines for information on hanging holes.
Material Surface Treatment Hanging Holes
  • EN 1.0038 equiv.
  • EN 1.0038 equiv.(polished)
  • EN 1.0038 equiv.(annealed material)
  • EN 1.1191 equiv.(polished)
  • EN 1.1206 equiv.
  • EN 1.1206 equiv.(Reference Hardness: 20-27HRC)
No treatment
Black oxide
Electroless nickel plating
Hard Chrome Plating(Flash Plating) Required
Trivalent chromate (white) Required
Trivalent chromate (black) Required
Pre-Hardened Steel NAK55 equiv. No treatment
  • EN AW−2017 equiv.
  • EN AW−5052 equiv.
  • EN AW−6061 equiv.
  • EN AW−7075 equiv.
No treatment
White anodized Required*
Black anodized Required*
Black anodized (matte) Required*
  • EN 1.4305 equiv.
  • EN 1.4301 equiv.
  • EN 1.4401 equiv.
  • EN 1.4016 equiv.
No treatment
Resin Polyacetal (standard, white) No treatment
Polyacetal (standard, black)
MC Nylon (standard, blue)
MC Nylon (standard, ivory)
MC Nylon (weather resistance, black ash)
Bakelite (paper, natural color)
Bakelite (paper, black)
Bakelite (cloth, natural)
Fluorine (standard, white)
UHPE (conductivity, black)
ABS (standard, natural color)
PEEK (standard, gray-brown)
  • *Steel between materials EN 1.1191 equiv and EN 1.1203 equiv may be used as an equivalent to EN 1.1206 equiv.
  • *EN 1.0038 equiv.(polished) and EN 1.1191 equiv.(polished) are not compatible with trivalent chromate.
  • *EN 1.0038 equiv.(annealed material) is not compatible with trivalent chromate (black) or hard chrome plating.
  • *The film thickness of hard chrome plating (flash plating) is less than 5μ. The hardness (Vickers) is about Hv750~, and it is difficult get the plating on holes and pockets.
  • *The value of EN 1.1206 equiv.(Reference Hardness: 20-27HRC) cannot be guaranteed and cannot be specified.
  • *Pre-hardened steel between 37 and 43 HRC may be used as an equivalent to NAK55.
  • *Thin plate standards (thickness 3㎜≤Z<5㎜)are not applicable for surface treatment.
  • *Not required for anodized aluminum if the displayed agreement is agreed to.
  • (However, a wire mark may be left)