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burnishing

Raising the gloss of a surface by rubbing.
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In roller burnishing or deep rolling, a rolling element, which can be a roller or a ball, is pressed and rolled against the surface of a work piece.
The considerable improvement on conventional techniques would be the implementing of a finishing method that provides a regular surface microgroove pattern, in particular, the vibration burnishing process [1; 4].
Burnishing is another word for polishing, but with coatings it means an unwanted increase in gloss or sheen due to scrubbing, spot cleaning, or rubbing/ brushing by furniture or even fingernails (see Figure 2).
After the FMVSS 135 burnishing was complete, AEB runs at 20 and 40 km/h were conducted to compare the results from the original IIHS FCP rating tests.
Due to its remarkable ability to reduce dust, burning and point build-up when burnishing, the 3M Sky Blue Hi-Performance Bur nish Pad 3050 is ideal for moderate to high traffic areas located within retail environments where floor condition and appearance is critical.
In the recent past, research was carried out by various researchers on the burnishing process, to optimize the process parameters like force, speed, feed etc both experimentally [1] and analytically [2, 3].
The best results come from applying two or more layers, and from practicing your trowel and burnishing technique on drywall scraps first.
Owning a Ferrari is one thing, but burnishing it so highly that you can see your own reflection in every panel has to be the zenith of bad taste.
burnishing machine features a two-speed (1,000/2,000 rpms), 1.
They witnessed the clay change from plasticity (malleable) to leather-hard, when all the burnishing and slip work occurred, through bone dry (greenware) and the final firing stage.
Traces of such a burnishing implement with a pointed end can be seen on most pots as shiny lines contrasting with the matt surface.