deburr


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deburr

[dē′bər]
(metallurgy)
To remove burrs, sharp edges, or fins from metal parts by placing them in a revolving barrel containing abrasives suspended in a liquid.
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The introduction of the E-Z Burr tool to the process eliminated the need to remove the part from the machine to deburr the rear of the holes.
Then measure back one inch from the nose on both the top and bottom and drill two more 1/16-in holes and deburr.
The time it takes to deburr a casting is a function of the type of machine, the power of the machine's pump, the sophistication of the nozzle tooling and, most importantly, the number of features that need to be deburred.
Parts are placed on a conveyor and pass under the first planetary head, which consists of three brushes, all bathed in a constant spray of coolant to deburr the top surface; a second planetary head and brushes deburr the bottom surface; the part passes over a final demagnetizer before exiting the system.
The AccuFlo micro-abrasive blasting system can deburr, clean, and texture small parts.
The task at hand was to drill and deburr eight radial holes in the front grooves of a motor vehicle camshaft.
As they pass under the first planetary head, three brushes, bathed in a constant spray of coolant, deburr the top surface.
The Metfab Electropolishing System lets manufacturers sharpen, deburr, passivate, and electropolish parts such as surgical drills, stents, and screens in-house.
After sawing, heat sinks are delivered to an Abtex short parts, double-headed, flow-through deburring system where four 12" fiber abrasive brushes deburr both ends of the heat sinks in a single pass.
Additionally, we needed something that could deburr both sides of a steel plate in the same pass.
The Flexdeburr robotic deburring tool was developed to deburr parting lines or flash by closely mimicking the methodology of manual deburring.
I need to find a quicker way to deburr off-line, or leverage the cycle time gains in the machine with on-line deburring.