Zone: Deburring

OVERVIEW: Deburring is perhaps the most critical post-machining operation for ensuring the functionality of the machined part, as well as the safe handling of the part. Deburring has traditionally been a manual task, but various technologies exist for reliably automating deburring.

Featured Zone Content

Micro Deburring Gets Hot

“Micro deburring,” a name commonly used to describe the deburring of tiny small parts, is often considered more of an art than a science. Although this is true to some extent, deburring micro parts does not always have to require hand manicuring parts with a scalpel under 10× to 20× magnification. ...MORE

Electrochemical Machining for Medical, Aerospace and More

Workpieces with complex contours often feature sections that are not easy to machine because they are difficult to access....MORE

A Standard Approach to Classifying Burrs

Variations in the definition of a burr created problems for shops trying to provide deburring solutions and for customers trying to figure out what solutions to look for. ...MORE

Techniks sPINner

Machine Removes Micro-Burrs with Steel Media

The sPINner batch deburring machine from Techniks deburrs ferrous and non-ferrous parts produced on machining centers, Swiss-type screw machines and lathes. ...MORE

Abtex Deburring System for Fine Blanked Parts

Abtex Corporation has designed and built the Tri-Ten deburring system for deburring high volume, fine blanked parts, will operate three shifts per day, 7 days a week. ...MORE

Micro Deburring Gets Hot

“Micro deburring,” a name commonly used to describe the deburring of tiny small parts, is often considered more of an art than a science. Although this is true to some extent, deburring micro parts does not always have to require hand manicuring parts with a scalpel under 10× to 20× magnification. ...MORE

robot-based machine tool

Robot Machining Unit

A robot-based machine tool provides a simple and flexible option for certain machining applications. ...MORE