CNC machining master tells you how to remove burrs correctly in machining? Burr is an inevitable product of metal processing, and it is difficult to completely avoid it. The presence of burrs not only affects the appearance of the product, but also affects the assembly, performance and life of the product. With the development of high technology and the improvement of product performance, the requirements for product quality are becoming more and more stringent, and it is more important to remove burrs from mechanical parts.
Deburring refers to the removal of very small microscopic metal particles on the surface of the workpiece. These particles are called burrs. They are formed during cutting, grinding, milling and other similar chip processing processes.
With the development of metal materials in the direction of high strength, high hardness and high toughness, the number of complex integral components in mechanical products is increasing, and the difficulty of deburring also increases. The traditional manual deburring operation can hardly meet the requirements of the above development for deburring. Various new mechanized and automated deburring technologies and new processes have emerged.
In order to improve the quality of the workpiece and prolong the service life, it is necessary to remove all the burrs on the precision metal parts. The surface, sharp corners and edges of the workpiece must reach a high degree of metal cleanliness. When necessary, it must be suitable for non-plating and electroplating metal.
The traditional process of deburring is mechanical process, such as grinding, polishing and other processes with different degrees of automation. The quality of processed workpieces is often not guaranteed; production costs and personnel costs are very high.