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Cryogenic Deflashing

Cryogenic Deflashing for Plastic and Rubber Parts

Introduction to Cryogenic Deflashing Cryogenic deflashing is a process used to remove excess material or flash from molded components. Flash refers to thin protrusions or excess material that are often formed during the manufacturing process due to mold imperfections or parting lines. Cryogenic deflashing is particularly useful for removing flash from plastic and rubber components. […]

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Cryogenic Deflashing Buna-N Rubber

Introduction Buna-N, also known as Nitrile rubber) is a synthetic rubber polymer made from the copolymerization of acrylonitrile and butadiene. It is one of the most commonly used elastomers due to its excellent resistance to oils, fuels, and chemicals. Buna-N rubber has a high resistance to abrasion and is also highly durable, making it an […]

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fluorosilicone deflashing

Cryogenic Deflashing Fluorosilicone

Fluorosilicone Introduction Fluorosilicone rubber, FVMQ, is a synthetic elastomer that combines the chemical resistance of fluorocarbons with the high-temperature stability and low compression set of silicone rubber. It is a specialty elastomer used primarily in applications that require resistance to fuels, oils, solvents, and other aggressive fluids, as well as high temperatures. Fluorosilicone rubber is […]

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Cryogenic Deflashing Pressed Metal Parts

Deflashing Pressed Metal Parts   Pressed Metal Introduction Pressed metal refers to a metalworking process where a flat sheet of metal, typically steel or aluminum, is stamped or pressed into a three-dimensional shape using a die or mold. The process involves applying force to the metal sheet using a press or stamping machine, which can […]

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Cryogenic Deflashing Automotive Parts

Cryogenic Deflashing Injection Molded Automotive Parts

Automotive Industry Injection Molding Injection molding is a widely used manufacturing process in the automotive industry, where high precision and repeatability are critical for producing complex, high-quality parts. Injection molding allows for the production of large volumes of parts with consistent quality, making it ideal for automotive manufacturing. Injection molding is used to produce a […]

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