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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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Over recent years, deburring and surface finishes have become critical factors for quality and a company's competitiveness.
For the deburring and cleaning process, the CO2 is fed through the non-wearing two-component ring nozzle of the quattroClean system, expanding as it exits to form fine CO2 snow.
Due to more and more complex geometries and finer structures, machined, formed, primary formed, forged, sintered and moulded workpieces are not only resulting in stricter requirements where actual parts production is concerned, but rather during deburring and surface finishing as well.
Hornady s new Flash Hole Deburr Tool is similar to a flash hole deburring tool that I've used for nearly 30 years.
After deburring the tube ends, the tube must be cleaned to remove any contamination from the cutting process.
The businesses perform casting, steel-plate fabrication and deburring.
The mounted points are made from a non-woven synthetic that is compressed, bonded, impregnated with abrasives and designed for light deburring, blending and polishing.
Company President Robin Rhodes said in a press release that the new process is cheaper and more reliable than hand deburring.
Deburring the hubs proved to be more expensive and time-consuming than planned, decreasing efficiency and affecting the bottom line.
Traditional mechanical and abrasive deburring methods include hand and/or robotic mechanical deburring with deburring tools and rotary brushes or vibratory finishing.
Otherwise, Automatic and Manual systems also had low machine utilization in Deburring processes.
has introduced a new deburring system that uses the company's own planetary deburring head.