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Published: 8/20/2018

Automated Deburring Tool Increases Production of Subsea Valves
Multiple difficult-to-reach holes, each of varying sizes, and of varying quantity depending on the part in question made machining subsea valves at Abco Subsea difficult. But ever since the company found the Cofa C Series tooling from Heul...

Published: 10/16/2013

Automated Deburring Accelerates Vise Production
Using new Flex-Hone abrasive technology from Brush Research Manufacturing, Orange Vise Co. was able to automate deburring and surface finishing in a single operation.

Published: 2/10/2012

Hone Offers Finishing Flexibility
Brush Research Manufacturing offers two examples that showcase how its Flex-Hone hole-finishing tool can help manufacturers meet exacting surface finish requirements both in the shop and in the field.

Published: 11/11/2010

Brush Hone Boosts Safety, Productivity, Finish Quality
This manufacturer recently employed the Flex-Hone ball-style honing brush from Brush Research Manufacturing to automate the finishing of die bores. In addition to providing quality and productivity improvements, the tool helped eliminate the potenti...

Published: 12/9/2008

Debugging The Deburring Process: ECD May Be The Solution
Although there are several types of deburring, electrochemical deburring (ECD) is a popular choice because it can be used for parts of any size or shape that are made from virtually any conductive metal. ECD is especially useful for small, intricate...

Published: 10/20/2008

Efficient Deburring Leads To Improvements
Although burrs may be the last concern that an engineer or machinist thinks about when focusing on a part’s tolerances and production rate, deburring plays a large role in producing a quality product. And when a deburring process becomes cumbersome,...

Published: 5/4/2007

Machining Center Tool Eliminates Camshaft Burrs
A special tool performs burr removal inside the part where holes intersect.

Published: 11/1/1997

Aerospace Manufacturer Produces 'Perfect' Pins To Secure Arrays
Imagine the space shuttle delivering a space station payload into orbit when suddenly, the locking mechanism holding the 100-foot-long array of solar panels fails, and out pops the entire solar panel array.