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burnishing

Raising the gloss of a surface by rubbing.
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Georgina Hooley AA BURNISHING paste, like you use to polish dull car paintwork, should remove the stain.
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].
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.
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.
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).
3M has introduced the Sky Blue Hi Performance Burnish Pad 3050, an extremely durable burnishing floor pad engineered to deliver high-gloss Hours while reducing burn and swirl marks on softer finishes.
Additional services offered by Marshall include knurling, milling, stamping, broaching, burnishing, heat-treating, electro cleaning, electro polishing and plating.
Low Plasticity Burnishing (LPB), from NASA Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, Ohio, and Lambda Technologies, Cincinnati, Ohio, offers residual stress orders of magnitude deeper than shot peening with minimal plastic deformation.
Roller Burnishing is a cold-work finishing process, in which a fine surface finish is produced by the planetary motion of hardened and highly polished metal roll(s) on the workpiece surface.
Burnishing tools will include multi-roll, single-roll, and diamond burnishing tools, for sizing, fine finishing, and work-hardening of bores and shafts.
Delta TechOps, the maintenance division of Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL), has become the exclusive commercial aviation maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) provider of a new technology known as Low Plasticity Burnishing (LPB).
The best results come from applying two or more layers, and from practicing your trowel and burnishing technique on drywall scraps first.