During the processes of casting, sawing, laser cutting and machining of metal and plastic parts, sharp burrs can remain on the edges of workpieces. For safety reasons, as well as for complete automation and excellent haptic, these burrs should be removed and the edges rounded for further processing and continued use.
In particular, the external contours of workpieces can be deburred with the use of vibratory finishing. The deburring of inner contours can only be achieved with the sufficient movement of abrasives inside the parts.
Deburring via vibratory finishing represents a cost-effective method to adapt contours and surface structures of workpieces to individual quality needs and requirements.
Optimum edge rounding for workpieces with excellent sliding characteristics, e.g. optimum thread guidance, good automation capacity or simply where excellent an haptic is a prerequisite.
With the use of vibratory finishing, well-defined material removal from the workpiece edge can be achieved while maintaining high precision process standards.
Vibratory finishing enables the fast and easy removal of mould separation burrs, ghost lines formed after turning and milling, as well as a further variety of burrs which occur after machining.
The grinding and fine grinding process creates finely textured and homogenous surface structures regardless of the complexity of the part’s geometry.
Workpieces made of metal, plastic or ceramics often require surface structures to be smooth prior to use or in preparation for subsequent processes.
Any surface roughness caused by casting, sintering, machining or additional manufacturing processes can be specifically reduced by the removal of homogenous material from the workpieces.
The polishing process creates very smooth or high-gloss decorative surfaces.
Smooth surface structures lead to enhanced sliding characteristics and higher durability e.g. with the aim of optimising wear performance, minimum sound emission or improved energy balance.
The further preparation of workpieces sometimes places high demands on the cleaning process.
Grease, oil residues and other adhesions on a workpiece surface can be gently and cost-effectively removed through mechanical action and the use of special compounds.