Brush Research Manufacturing Co., Inc.
4642 Floral Drive
Los Angeles , CA 90022 US
As Seen In Modern Machine Shop
The Case for Abrasive Finishing Tools in CNC Applications
According to Brush Research Manufacturing, abrasive finishing tools do not release large amounts of grit into a machine’s coolant. Hear from three shops using these tools.
Automated Deburring Accelerates Vise Production
Using new Flex-Hone abrasive technology from Brush Research Manufacturing, Orange Vise Co. was able to automate deburring and surface finishing in a single operation.
Abrasive Products for Metal Finishing
Brush Research Manufacturing will display its Flex-Hone tools for finishing and deburring virtually any type or size of cylinder.
Diamond-Crystal Tools Feature Self-Sharpening Edges
The diamond Flex-Hone tools from Brush Research Manufacturing are designed for deburring, edge blending and surface finishing operations in hard materials such as carbide, ceramic and aerospace steel alloys.
Abrasive Disc Brushes Enable Automation
Brush Research Manufacturing offers its professional-grade NamPower abrasive disc brushes for automated deburring and surface-finish operations.
Brush Research's Updated Website Features Video Demonstrations
Brush Research’s updated, interactive website feature a collection of videos that demonstrate the proper steps to using a Flex-Hone.
Hone Offers Finishing Flexibility
Brush Research Manufacturing offers two examples that showcase how its Flex-Hone hole-finishing tool can help manufacturers meet exacting surface finish requirements both in the shop and in the field.
Total-System Approach to Deburring, Edge Blending, Surface Finishing
Brush Research Manufacturing’s 2011 catalog offers specialty Flex-Hone tools and an expansion of its high-performance Nampower line, which consists of abrasive disc brushes, hex drive brushes and composite hub wheels to provide a total-system approach to deburring, edge blending and surface finishing.
Specialty Flex-Hones Blend Chamfered Through Holes
The new line of specialty Flex-Hones are designed to blend and radius sharp edges and remove micro burrs on chamfered holes to eliminate stress risers caused by the chamfering operation.
Brush Hone Boosts Safety, Productivity, Finish Quality
This manufacturer recently employed the Flex-Hone ball-style honing brush from Brush Research Manufacturing to automate the finishing of die bores. In addition to providing quality and productivity improvements, the tool helped eliminate the potential for operator discomfort and injury.
Diamond Tool Features Self-Sharpening Edge
Brush Research Manufacturing’s diamond flex-hones are designed for deburring, edge blending and surface finishing in hard materials such as carbide, ceramic and aerospace steel alloys. The tools are engineered using resin-bond diamond crystals with high friability, a characteristic that makes edges self-sharpening.
Expanded Line Of Miniature Deburring Brushes
According to the company, miniature deburring brushes can automate the removal of burrs and the production of an edge radius on small-dameter holes, saving time and money while improving product quality and consistency. Filament choices include carbon steel, stainless steel, brass, nylon and natural to provide the optimum finish on a variety of base materials. The miniature deburring brushes are available in a diamond-abrasive-filled nylon filament.
Abrasive Tool For Cylinders
The Flex-Hone tool from Brush Research Manufacturing is a flexible honing tool that removes peaks and other imperfections in cylinder walls to create a specific surface finish. The tool’s construction allows the abrasive globules, or “stones,” to float, ensuring that the tool will be self-centering, self-aligning to the bore and self-compensating for wear. Applications include cross-hole deburring, surface finishing and edge blending.
Lose The Peaks, Leave The Valleys
Plateau honing improves cylinder wall surface finish by gently removing tiny peaks of torn or folded material. Ball-style honing tools are commonly used to produce this desirable finish.