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Deburring of aluminium materials. XIII, XIV, XV

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Deburring of aluminium workpieces (VII, VIII)

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Deburring of edges

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In deburring, e.g., cutting edges, liquid from nozzle(s) impinges at high pressure on edges,

Deburring of Internal Pipe Surfaces with Axially Welded Seam

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Deburring of optical instrument components

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Experience of Japanese firm Toke Kogaku Kikai in deburring various optical instrument components in small batch production is considered. It is noted that components are made mostly from light alloys, e.g., Al and Cu. Methods of deburring and equipment used by firm are indicated, and examples are given. Information on future plans for deburring is given.

Deburring of workpieces

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Review covering electrochemical, thermal and mechanical deburring methods.

Deburring portions of rod-shaped particles

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Method comprising use of machine base with movable element with rotating roller-brushes.

Deburring portions of rod-shaped particles

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Method comprising use of machine base with movable element with rotating roller-brushes.

Deburring Possibilities for automation

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Review of modern deburring methods including wet blasting, high-water spray with abrasive, electrolytic deburring and vibratory equipment.

Deburring techniques

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Developments in deburring are considered. Special features of burrs formed in various types of cutting (cutting off, turning, boring, milling, drilling, reaming, hole broaching, thread cutting and gear cutting) are described briefly, and forging, drop forging, casting, welding and coating application methods and production of plastics components are discussed. Problems arising in removal of burrs formed in pressure working are considered. Methods of deburring are classified in accordance with Gillespie system (35 methods). 2 methods of determining opt. method of deburring are described, i.e. Gillespie method, and Wagner method, in which a computer is used.

Deburring Unit for Inner Edge of Workpiece

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Deburring with a robot using a floating multi-bar tool

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Deburring with brushes

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Use of wire brushes where wire and bristle tip must have special features, are described. Self-sharpening features and robot control are key aspects. For complete action, brush has to act at several orientations in turn.

Deburring with diamond brushes

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Method of deburring precision discontinuous holes in hydraulic equipment by means of abrasive brushes is described. Metal brushes with electrodeposited diamond coatings have greater cutting power and longer life than those with diamond-polymer coatings.

Deburring with diamond brushes and diamond tools

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Use of metal brushes with application of coating contg. diamond to brush fibres is recommended for deburring. Depending on dimensions of diamond inclusions brushes are suitable for cleaning welded joints, removing of coarse burrs, or finishing. Optimum brush speed is 500-3000 min.-*1. Range of brushes which can be used to clean internal surfaces in channels of dia. 5-50mm is discussed. In many cases preliminary cleaning requires profiled tool with working diamond edge.