What Kind Of Burrs Can The Cryogenic Deburring Process Remove?
Deburring removes light burrs. For example, if you can remove the burr with your finger, it is a good candidate for deburring. Heavy burrs on plastics will most likely be removed but will be subject to longer cycle times.
What Materials Are The Most Suitable For Cryogenic Deburring?
While most plastics will have their burrs removed by this process, some materials work better than others. Specifically, ABS, Acetyl, Delrin, LCP, Neoprene, Nylon, PEEK, Polycarbonate, Polypropelyne, PTFE, Silicone, Teflon, Urethane, are well suited for this type of deburring.
Will Cryogenic Deburring Remove Burrs >From Metals?
Cryogenic Deburring works on nonmagnetic materials. Specifically, stainless steel, aluminum, aluminum zinc die-cast, and beryllium copper are well-suited to this process. Other metals may work, but it depends on how extreme are the metal burrs.
Will Cryogenic Deburring Harm The Structural Integrity Of Medical Parts?
All materials have their respective freeze points and NitroFreeze operates above these freeze points. Cryogenic grade media freeze only the burrs, which then is removed. Customers may check with their materials vendors to confirm that their materials will not be adversely affected.
How Does Cryogenic Deburring Affect External Threads And/Or Critical Tolerances?
Cryogenic Deburring is a non-abrasive process. The cryogenic-grade media typically remove the burrs only. The process generally does not damage the parts or adversely affect a part’s structural integrity.
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NitroFreeze is pleased to provide a no-cost or no obligation assessment of your machine flash problem.
We can review part drawings, photos and actual samples of machined parts.
If the parts are deemed a good candidate for the process, samples can be processed for a nominal fee. We can also evaluate parts on a not-to-exceed cost basis if you have a target cost in mind.
We are always happy to talk with you.