Manufacturing info about mic grills

FAQ #2006 Updated January 11, 2013

Question:

I realize that this is a very unusual query, but I’m curious nonetheless:

How is the grille of the Beta 58A made: i.e. how is the mesh attached to the grill-rings? I presume it is welded to the rings by means of a resistance welding or similar process. I see that apparently not all of the wires have formed a successful bond with the middle and base rings, where they meet. Is this normal, and what percentage of successful mesh-wire to ring welds would be considered acceptable during manufacturing? Have you ever come across a grill failure (i.e. coming apart) due to impact to a microphone, e.g. falling?

You’re response would be greatly appreciated!

Answer:

Sorry, but our manufacturing techniques are trade secrets. We do not reveal techniques nor component suppliers.

If you have a grill that has failed, please contact our Service Department at 800-516-2525 or 847-600-8699. Information concerning service, repair, parts and warranty of Shure products can be found at the following link: 

http://www.shure.com/americas/support/service-repair

 

http://www.shure.com/americas/legal/warranty

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