The deburring process removes burrs, spatter and other irregularities from metal parts. Depending on the procedure used it can either leave a sharp secondary burr or a rounded edge.
Thorough edge rounding of sheet metal reduces the risk of injury and leads to better quality coating.
For better paint adhesion the oxide layers on the inside and outside contours of the side edges must be removed.
A decorative graining finish can be achieved using our abrasive belt units.
A non-directional orbital or vibration finish can be accomplished with the special orbital heads used on our standard DiscMaster TD deburring machines.
During deburring and edge rounding, small parts often pose a considerable challenge. Our disc machines offer significant advantages in this area.
Processing 3D Punched Parts
For deburring and edge rounding 3D punched parts with distortions and bumps we offer a special solution with our DiscMaster SF.
After plasma- or flame-cutting there is a heavy slag to be removed which can be perfectly achieved with our patented TwinBelt unit .
Grinding Rectangular Tubes
When grinding rectangular tubes it is very important to avoid overheating.
Roughening the surface improves the adhesion of the paint or glue.