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Deburrring PEEK plastic parts

Deburring Machined PEEK Plastic Parts

PEEK is a high-performance plastic that can be machined into tight-tolerance parts with excellent wear and abrasion resistance. Polyetheretherketone (PEEK) comes in medical and industrial grades, both of which support CNC machining operations such as milling and drilling. Machined medical-grade PEEK is used in implants, dental healing caps, and spinal fusion, trauma fraction, and orthopedic […]

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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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cryogenic deflashing vs. cryogenic deburring

Cryogenic Deflashing vs. Cryogenic Deburring: What’s the Difference?

What’s the difference between cryogenic deflashing vs. cryogenic deburring? They’re both secondary processes that remove surface defects without changing critical part dimensions or surface finish. They both subject parts to very cold temperatures, and it’s this cryogenic treatment that makes part defects brittle and easy-to-remove using a special non-abrasive media. In addition, both cryogenic processes […]

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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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