Vibratory deburring is a process that helps smooth rough edges, ridges and surface imperfections. It also reduces part rejection rates. The lustrous and shiny finish it gives improves the appearance of parts.
This machine is ideal for a variety of industries, including aerospace, medical devices, and metal alloys. It helps increase part strength and durability while decreasing labor costs. Parts such as camshafts, stainless steel IV stands, and telescoping magnesium steering columns can be deburred and polished with this machine.
Parts can be fed into the machine in small batches or in continuous flow. Depending on the amount of work to be done, a vibratory deburring machine can process as many as 60 parts per hour. If a larger number of parts needs to be processed, a high-volume conveyor can be used.
In addition to removing rust and other impurities from parts, the vibration and rubbing motion of the media creates a lustrous, smooth finish. For example, the parts can be polished to produce a mirror finish. A vibratory deburring machine can be operated with tight tolerance limits, which helps to make sure that all parts meet a desired finish.
Deburring media can include ceramic, plastic, or steel. These substances are added to the parts in the bowl to facilitate the vibratory process. The type of media that you use will depend on how aggressive the deburring is required. Choosing the correct media is crucial to a successful finishing operation.