Deburring Media Manufacturers and Suppliers

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  • Turbo Abrasive Machining

    Deburring Media Turbo-Abrasive Machining -- for more info: contact Dr Michael Massarsky michael@turbofinish.com or 917 518 8205 Mass finishing complex part shapes is one of the most challenging problems facing manufacturers today. Many parts are still manually deburred and finished because of their complex geometric forms. This labor intensive manual handling and finishing of parts and components have had a negative impact on manufacturing process productivity and the uniformity of surface finish quality.A recent development, TURBO-ABRASIVE technology for edge and surface finishing or final machining utilizes free abrasive grain, has...

  • A New Wave in Deburring: Water Jet Deburring Equipment

    Deburring equipment is designed to remove small metal burrs and other imperfections from metal or plastic parts during the manufacturing process. Most small parts have excess material surrounding the part, especially if they were manufactured using dies or molds. The excess material is often known as flashing, and must be removed before the part can be used. In general, there are two different machines that industrial factories use to clean, polish, and deburr parts. These two machines are the tumbling barrel and vibratory deburring machines. A tumbling barrel rotates the...

  • Precision, Perfection and Enhanced Productivity for Small Parts Manufacturing with Miniature Brushes

    by Brush Research Manufacturing Co. Proper brush selection allows manufacturers to reduce cycle time, automate intricate surface finishing operations and deliver consistent quality Small parts requiring deburring, edge blending or other surface finishing operations can present particular production challenges to manufacturers. Often production is taken off-stream where hand-held tools are necessary to perform the intricate secondary finishing operations many of these components require. This action frequently results in reduced productivity and inconsistent product quality. Even in instances where the process is fully automated, specifying the appropriate finishing brush for the...

  • Rösler USA -Tips to Optimize Your Surface Finishing Process – Tip #3

    Tip #3 – The need for processing trials Of course, the selection of the right machine, media and compound can sometimes be a bit intimidating. Not only does a mass finishing user have to choose among a wide variety of machine types and sizes, they must also pick the right media from hundreds of media types, shapes and sizes. And on top of all this they must select the right compound and must ensure that the process water is not too hard or too soft.  That’s why the choice...

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Deburring Media

Deburring media refers to materials used to remove unwanted materials, called burrs, from various parts. Deburring media may be natural or synthetic, with a long list of materials used including carbon steel, glass, stainless steel, hardwood, aluminum oxide, silicone carbide and more.

The most common materials used for deburring media are ceramics, synthetic plastics and organic compounds such as corn cob media and walnut shells. Utilized in deburring equipment such as vibratory and parts tumblers, deburring media can range from soft to abrasive and from large to fine particles. Since most machining processes create burrs, including milling, drilling, turning, welding and engraving, deburring media is utilized in a wide range of industries including: electronics, for the deburring of electrical components such as computer chips, batteries and electronic enclosures; commercial, where they are widely used for jewelry polishing applications; industrial manufacturing, for various machining processes including metal fabrication, plastic fabrication, extrusion, metal etching and forging; construction, for the deburring of building materials and hardware; and agriculture, for various implements, supplies and equipment. Deburring media is manufactured in a variety of shapes, such as ball, cone, oval, elliptical, hex, diagonal and drum, each used to achieve optimum results in specific applications.


Depending on the type of material, deburring media can be manufactured in a variety of ways. The most abrasive form of deburring media due to its high-density, ceramic deburring media is manufactured by taking raw ceramic materials, which are fine powders, and adding other materials such as silica and other abrasives to enhance certain properties. After this, the material is prepped for forming through the addition of water or another liquid additive. Afterwards the ceramic materials is extruded then cut into the desired shapes and placed in an extremely high heat oven and sintered. Ceramic deburring media is best-suited for the deburring of hard metals such as steel and stainless steel. For synthetic plastics such as polycarbonate deburring media, the plastic resin is first heated to a molten state and then extruded in cut into various shapes in much the same way as the ceramic deburring media. Plastic deburring media is best-suited for the deburring of softer metals such as aluminum and brass. Organic deburring media differs greatly from synthetic deburring media manufacturing. For instance, corn cob media is formed through treating and hardening a corn cob ring, and then pulverizing it into powder form. Walnut shell media is formed through a very similar process. Organic deburring media is best-suited for applications requiring the absorption of contaminants such as oils, grease and dirt, such as industrial machining processes.



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