4/28/2012

Deburring Brush for Tough Material

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Xebec Deburring Technologies adds a brush to its lineup of surface deburring brushes.

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Xebec Deburring Technologies adds a brush to its lineup of surface deburring brushes. The “blue” brush is now the most aggressive in the lineup and can diminish burrs on the toughest materials. It is a proven problem solver in titanium castings for the aerospace and defense industries, the company says. The brush gets its enhanced deburring action as a result of thicker and stiffer ceramic fiber bristles. The self-sharpening ceramic fiber bristles are designed to provide a continuous cutting edge and consistent grinding performance. Each bristle contains 1,000 alumina fiber filaments, with no fillers or binders, providing end-to-end abrasive material in each bristle.  

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