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Burning Away the Burrs

Searching for an efficient means of deburring internal passages led this company to develop a specialized machining cell that incorporates thermal energy to smooth away rough edges.


Classifying Burrs Makes Choosing Deburring Options Easier

When everyone has a different opinion about a definition of a problem, it is hard to provide solutions.


Tighter Requirements Call for Optimized Deburring Processes

Burrs and chips are unavoidable in virtually all high production manufacturing processes. Today, the removal of these remnants from the production process is an absolute must for high quality, precision parts.


A Standard Approach to Classifying Burrs

Variations in the definition of a burr created problems for shops trying to provide deburring solutions and for customers trying to figure out what solutions to look for.


Micro Deburring Gets Hot

“Micro deburring,” a name commonly used to describe the deburring of tiny small parts, is often considered more of an art than a science. Although this is true to some extent, deburring micro parts does not always have to require hand manicuring par...


Electrochemical Machining for Medical, Aerospace and More

Workpieces with complex contours often feature sections that are not easy to machine because they are difficult to access.


CAM Reduces Cycle Time From Days to Minutes

When your house is going up in flames, the last thing on your mind is whether the local hero’s firefighting equipment will do its job, and that’s exactly the way it should be.


Controlling Burr Formation within Small Intersecting Holes

A reader struggles with burrs between intersecting holes 1 mm and less in diameter. MMS Online’s micromachining expert offers advice.


Drag Finishing: Surface Finishing of Delicate Parts

 For complex parts with high surface finish specs, production deburring and surface prep can be done using the Drag Finishing process.


Ban The Burr—A Look At ECD

Deburring is a consideration, and often a problem, for all manufacturing engineers. The burrs resulting from a metalworking operation may be tolerable; however, burrs are always present.


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