Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Remove Plastic Burrs Created During Machining

There are so many different ways to remove burrs created during machining. Many of the machines in manufacturing facilities around the world today are capable of removing burrs without ever leaving the machine for a secondary process. However, many small parts cannot have burrs removed on the machines they are made on. As a result, a secondary process has to be used to remove these small plastic burrs.

We are able to remove hairy, stringy, roll-over, flap, cross-hole and intersecting burrs. Our media is sized as small as 0.006” allowing us to gain access into small holes to remove plastic burrs. Parts made of materials including plastics, polymers, nylons, Delrin, Teflon, polypropylene, polycarbonate, ABS, PET, HDPE, PEEK, DAP, Tefzel, PPS, Viton, Torlon, CTFE and Liquid Crystal Polymer are great candidates for our deburring process.

Our cryogenic deburring process removes plastic burrs from machined parts. As a batch process, we are able to remove burrs from tens to thousands of parts at a time. This reduces the amount of time it takes to deburr each part. If it is taking your employees several minutes to deburr each part by hand then we can reduce this time indefinitely. Our fast turnaround around time of only two days after receipt allows us to get your parts back to you and onto your final customer.

Below is a picture of our cryogenic deburring system that we will use to remove burrs from your machined parts. This machine utilizes freezing, tumbling, and blasting small plastic media to remove the burrs from your parts.



If you are having burr issues with parts made of plastic and other materials, send us an email at info@nitrofreeze.com or call us at (800) 739-7949. We would be happy to review part drawings, photos of the part or even physical samples. For more information about our deburring process, please visit our cryogenic deburring webpage.

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