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Nitrofreeze® Proof of Concept Case Study- Deburring Delrin Bushing

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 : Delrin Description : Wire bushing, ~3/4″ diameter Area for Concern : Machined prongs Results :  The cryogenic process removed burrs from the “legs” […]

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Nitrofreeze® Proof of Concept Case Study- Deflashing Silicone

Our Cryogenic 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 : Silicone Description : 60 duro baby blue silicone electrical grommet Area for Concern : OD parting line flash and […]

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Nitrofreeze® Proof of Concept Case Study- Deburring Turcite®

Nitrofreeze® Proof of Concept Case Study- Deburring Turcite® Our Cryogenic 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 : Turcite® Description : Threaded power nut Area for Concern : External threads specifically termination […]

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Nitrofreeze® Proof of Concept Case Study- Deburring Ertalyte® PET-P

Nitrofreeze® Proof of Concept Case Study- Deburring Ertalyte® PET-P Our Cryogenic 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 : Ertalyte® PET-P Description : Bearing Retainer Assembly Area for Concern : Critical […]

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Deburring Cross Holes

Cross holes can be an issue for many machinists working with plastic materials. As a hole is machined into another hole, burrs will pop up once the tool is removed. While some CNC machines allow you to deburr right on the machine, most do not. Plus, these burrs are hard to reach and are at […]

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