Vibratory deburring

Vibratory deburring of is done in a batch process where the materials are mechanically vibrated with the chosen deburring medium. Vibratory deburring is also known as trovalising or tumbling. The choice of the deburring medium depends on the desired deburring effect and finished look. Typically, a coarse vibratory deburring will leave more visible marks than a fine deburring.

Advantages/disadvantages

  • Profitable when dealing with large batch sizes
  • Size limitations

Application

  • Deburring kerfs
  • Cast parts
  • Punched out parts
  • Laser-cut parts
  • Machine parts

Effect on scratches and small damages in the surface

  • Creates uniform surfaces
  • Masks marks from the cutting tools

Structure and appearance after treatment

  • Typically, vibratory deburring leaves behind small marks from the grinding medium.

Suitable alloys

  • All aluminum alloys
  • Stainless steel alloys
  • Brass alloys
  • Zinc alloys

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