Deburring Tools | Deburring Plastic Parts | Cryogenic Deburring - White Delrin Gear

Deburring Tools for Drilled Holes vs. Cryogenic Deburring

Deburring tools for drilled holes are held in the hand and used to remove unwanted material that’s left behind by drilling. These exit burrs mar the appearance of machined parts and degrade their form, fit, and function. Although manufacturers and machine shops can reduce burr formation by adjusting cutting speed, feed, point angle, and clearance, […]

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Dry ice

Supply Chain Disruptions May Delay Some Cryogenic Projects

Nitrofreeze® is experiencing supply chain disruptions that may delay the start of your dry ice blasting and cleaning (DIBC), deburring, or deflashing project. Shipments of liquid carbon dioxide (CO2), which is used to produce dry ice, have been slow to arrive from Canada by rail. Meanwhile, our main dry ice supplier is selling product only […]

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medical injection molding | medical silicone parts

Medical Injection Molding and Flash Removal

Medical injection molding can produce complex and highly-precise components with part-to-part integrity across high production volumes. Whether the material is plastic, silicone, or another polymer or elastomer, medical injection molders need to avoid warping, sink marks, short shots, and residual stresses that can cause defects. Molders also want to minimize flash or flashing, excess material […]

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Metal Deburring Tool vs. Cryogenic Deburring- Blue Nylatron Carrage

Metal Deburring Tool vs. Cryogenic Deburring

Are you still using a handheld metal deburring tool to remove burrs from machined parts? Whether you’re using a blade, brush, file, cutter, scraper, or something else, manual deburring is labor-intensive and time-consuming. It’s also inconsistent and inefficient, especially with precision machined parts that have intricate features or challenging geometries. Plus, a handheld deburring tool […]

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rubber deflashing | Injection Molding Flash

Rubber Deflashing for Molded Parts: Nitrofreeze® Cryogenic Technology

Rubber deflashing is the process of removing excess material called flash, or flashing, from the surfaces of molded rubber parts. The causes of flash are numerous and include parting line mismatches, improper venting, inadequate clamping pressure, poor sprue bushing support, and excessively low viscosity. No matter what the cause, old or worn tooling is often […]

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