Vibratory tumbling media used in a vibratory tumbler

Update:30 Dec 2022

Vibratory tumbling media is a type of abrasive media used in a vibratory tumbler, a machine that polishes and deburrs metal parts. The media is typically made of a hard, abrasive material such as ceramic, plastic, or steel, and is used in conjunction with a liquid or a compound to polish or deburr the parts.

Small vibratory deburring machine with separator

80L 150L Vibratory Deburring Machine

The media is placed in the tumbler along with the parts to be polished, and the machine vibrates at a high frequency, causing the media and parts to move around and rub against each other. This process removes surface imperfections and produces a smooth, polished finish on the parts.

Vibratory tumbling media is available in a variety of shapes, sizes, and abrasiveness levels to suit different applications. It is commonly used in industries such as aerospace, automotive, and firearms manufacturing to polish and deburr metal parts.


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