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Deburring

Equipment – Products – Technical assistance

 

ABC SwissTech has developed a comprehensive range of products for the’ EBAVURAGE (abrasives and equipment) ; full technical assistance is also available for the development or improvement of process through his laboratory.

 

ABC SwissTech, based in Switzerland, in La Chaux-de-Fonds, historical cradle of watchmaking and microtechnology, is specialized in two main areas :

 

TO DEBURR YOUR PARTS, DO YOU WANT TO USE INDUSTRIAL TECHNIQUES, RELIABLE AND REPRODUCIBLE ?

Nous vous proposons un audit gratuit qui vous permettra de vérifier que vous utilisez les produits les mieux adaptés à votre besoin.
Improving Your Deburring Method
Realization of tests in our laboratory
Qualification of parts and measurement of initial and residual burrs
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ABC SwissTech
tel. : + 41 (0) 32 930 2950
tribofinition@abcswisstech.ch
Eplatures-grise 17, CH-2300 La Chaux-de-Fonds – SWITZERLAND

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THE CURRENT SITUATION :
Statistically, 80% deburring operations are carried out on a non-industrial basis.
The cost of these operations is often excessive.
And their reproducibility is insufficient…

SOLUTIONS EXIST :
For simple burrs, l & rsquo; ebavurage tonneau [2]can give excellent results.
It is sometimes also called mechanized deburring or machine deburring..
The simplest method uses a vibrator [3]or one tonneau rotatif [2] which will set in motion the parts and abrasive media.
If the burrs are more resistant, it will be possible to use rotating bottom centrifuges [4] or for even more energy, of centrifugal barrel [5] (straight or oblique axis)
Otherwise, if you want a deburring that preserves the initial surface condition (without making the surfaces matt), the centrifugeuses magnétiques [6] can constitute a particularly interesting track.

ebavurage - polishing chips - new technologies [7]

BREAKING OF ORDERS :
Very frequently, the technical specifications of the parts require perfectly controlled edge rounding or breaking of edges. Thereby, on complex parts, it may be required to have edges rounded to a few tenths of a millimeter with a very tight tolerance. Some equipment is very well suited to these objectives and allows to obtain on all the edges of the parts a precise rounding to a few microns.