Cryogenic deburring and cryogenic deflashing are versatile processes that improve the surface quality of plastic or rubber parts that have been machined or molded. This article explains how Nitrofreeze optimizes these cryogenic processes.
The polymer polyetheretherketone, more commonly known as PEEK, is becoming increasingly popular within the medical device industry and, in particular, the implantable arena.
The medical device industry sets high standards and tight tolerances on all manufactured products. One specification, and maybe the most important, is surface finish.
Overview Cryogenic deburring and deflashing systems are versatile by design to meet the wide ranging demands of machined and molded parts. As parts vary in physical properties and geometry, a unique set of processing parameters is required for each part. All new parts submitted for Nitrofreeze Deburring or Deflashing undergo a process development phase known as […]
Nitrofreeze® Deflashing and Deburring process adds value while reducing costs to customers by eliminating the need for hand trimming. Highlighted below is an actual customer part that has successfully undergone the Nitrofreeze® process. Material : Nylon 6/6 Composite Description : Damping Ring Area for Concern : Machined ring break Results : The cryogenic deburring process removed the light […]