Category Archives: Deburring

The 5 T’s of Cryogenic Deburring Machined Parts

The Cryogenic Deburring Process Cryogenic Deburring is a process designed to remove machining burrs created during the machining process. Machining burrs can be found on CNC machined parts along surfaces that are manufactured from material stock. In order for machined parts to complete their desired function, the residual machining burrs need to be removed. Nitrofreeze® […]

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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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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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Precision Deburring | PEEK Deburring

Precision Deburring for Machined Parts

Precision deburring removes raised areas (burrs) that are created during the machining of close-tolerance parts. Unless these surface imperfections are removed, problems with sealing or assembly may occur. Whether the machining process involves milling, drilling, or turning, deformation caused by stretching and produces burrs. Even precision machining with CNC equipment can create raised areas that […]

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