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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Hornady s new Flash Hole Deburr Tool is similar to a flash hole deburring tool that I've used for nearly 30 years.
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.
* 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 TMD 80-1 drag finishing unit enables users to deburr high-value contoured parts efficiently and consistently.
After trimming the cases to the same, uniform length, setting the tool up to deburr the case mouth is easily accomplished because it works the same as a flash hole deburring tool.
The problem faced by the shop was how to deburr the holes on the backside of the hub.
Powered abrasive brushes used to deburr metal extrusions and castings are now being used to deburr thermoformed products after trimming.
Hircis was originally created to deburr Department of Energy (DOE) parts for nuclear weapons systems.
The Tri-Ten series is designed to deburr both sides of a part in a single pass.
The double-head, flow-through, short part deburring system can deburr parts ranging from 1" to 7.5" long.
I need to find a quicker way to deburr off-line, or leverage the cycle time gains in the machine with on-line deburring.
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.