The cryogenic deburring process uses very low temperatures and polycarbonate media to remove burrs from machined parts. This proven deburring method is especially effective at removing machined burrs from blind holes, through holes, and other hard-to-reach part geometries.
Overview Dry Ice Deflashing & Deburring is a CO2 blast cleaning process used in the removal of residual flash and burr material. This process employs dry ice particles accelerated by compressed air to blast away mold flash and machine burrs. Dry ice sublimates (transitions from solid to gas) upon impact with the part surface. This […]
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 : Polyethylene Terephthalare (PET) Description : White Screw Cap Area for Concern : Screw threads Results : The Screw Caps arrived at […]
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 […]
There are so many different ways to remove burrs created during machining. Many of the machines in manufacturing facilities around the world today are capable of removing burrs without ever leaving the machine for a secondary process. However, many small parts cannot have burrs removed on the machines they are made on. As a result, […]