deflashing

deflashing

[dē′flash·iŋ]
(engineering)
Finishing technique to remove excess material (flash) from a plastic or metal molding.
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Pocket books cover such subjects as rubber molding; cryogenic deflashing; phenolic resins; elastomer polymerization; butadiene rubber; tackifying resins; polyurethane rubber; polymer adhesives; peroxide vulcanization of rubber; steel tire cord; tire mold cleaning; butyl inner tube manufacturing; rubberized hose; natural rubber coir foams; rubberized power cable; elastomer nanocomposites; and more.
Other plastics-related technologies include dry-ice blast cleaning (Cryoclean) and deflashing, and cryogenic grinding.
Particular applications for this technology include grinding, polishing, deburring and deflashing. One of the package's features allows a robot to grind, polish or buff parts while maintaining a constant force between the tool and the work piece.
Worcester, MA, November 10, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Cryogenic Institute of New England, Inc., a leading provider of Cryogenic Services such as cryogenic deflashing & deburring, cryogenic treatment, thermal cycling and dry ice blast cleaning, has received its registration from National Quality Assurance, U.S.A., after assessment of the company's quality system and found it to be in compliance with ISO 9001:2008.
FPM's Automation Division also provides flexible work cells that incorporate robotic press loading, fastening, visual inspection, assembly, deflashing, welding and packaging, of finished parts.
Its core business is in gear-pump and standard pre-formers, ram extruders, cold feed screw extruders, cryogenic deflashing machines and microwave drying and heating systems.
* An in-house milling and cryogenic deflashing capability.
Model L1 can also be used for other applications such as deflashing wires, cleaning legs of electronic components, and cleaning pins on transformers and coils.
The T-50 is intended for deburring, deflashing, surface preparation, cosmetic finishing, or overall impact treatment of up to about one cubic foot of parts per batch.
It can be used with all types of abrasive media, for applications such as deburring, plastics deflashing, scale removal, preparation for bonding, plating or coating, cosmetic finishing and shot peening for fatigue enhancement.
The seals are subject to cryogenic deflashing to remove all traces of surplus elastomer and produce a "clean" seal for immediate use, Precision Polymer Engineering