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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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HPWD is well suited for applications that require inaccessible features to be deburred, when castings must be very clean, when consistent quality is required or when parts cannot be subjected to heat or corrosive chemicals.
Both systems are compact with modular designs, constructed with stainless steel and non-corrosive materials, and in combination provide accurate deburred, edge finished or contoured parts, plus aqueous precision cleaned and dry parts ready for delivery.
Even though the consistency of parts coming from machining processes can be very high, anything can subsequently happen to a part when it is deburred manually.
Virtually any part can be deburred, deflashed, burnished, polished, descaled or brightened automatically when the proper media and chemical compound are matched to the vibratory finisher, The machine features a variable-speed drive with vibration frequency from 1200-2600 cycles/min.
Each is individually machined from a solid aluminium billet and forging and as one of the final processes each has to be deburred for performance, aesthetic and subsequent safe handling purposes.
That path, however, may not coincide exactly with the shape or contour of the surface to be deburred because of variations in the part itself or differences between the part edge and the exact path the robot has interpolated.
The EG3M is a robust machine designed specifically for deburring flame and plasma cut parts and comes in two widths 800 x 1300 mm wide, where stainless and mild steel parts are deburred the machine can be equipped with a second pair of stainless steel brushes.
The oil and media are separated and recovered from the deburred parts, while the oil is filtered and recirculated.
One threaded end is deburred during the first pass after which the rod is returned to its original position, turned around and passed again into the cabinet for the second end to be completed.
Air pressure is applied above the FFP to urge the FFP down at a constant force onto the edge being deburred.