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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 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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Deburring Plastic Parts | Cryogenic Deburring - White Delrin Gear

Deburring Plastic Parts Without Hand Tools

Manual deburring is a time-consuming and labor-intensive way to remove burrs from machined plastic parts. At a time when good workers are hard to find, hand deburring is also an inefficient way to deploy labor resources. The use of hand trimmers, deburring blades, rotary deburring tools, and wire brushes can also contribute to worker fatigue […]

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Aerospace Deburring for Precision Machined Parts

Aerospace deburring for precision machined parts needs to account for the fact that these components must meet critical tolerances that are sometimes measured in thousands of an inch. These machined aerospace parts also need a surface finish that’s free from burrs, raised areas that are created by operations such as drilling, milling, and turning. If […]

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Blind Hole Deburring with Nitrofreeze® Cryogenic Technology

Blind holes are machined openings that do not pass through the entire workpiece. They are drilled, milled or reamed to a specific depth but without breaking through to the other side. If a blind hole requires reaming, it’s important to leave some extra room at the bottom for chips. With tapped holes, this extra amount […]

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