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Removing Milling Tool Marks from face of Heaxagon Nut

(2007)

Hi , We have manufactured some M20 Hexagon Nuts and have milled the hexagon faces from a round bar. The milling process has left some nasty tool marks. What would be the best method to clear these tool marks without harming the hexagon & removing minimum metal.

Ashish Gupta
Consumer - Mumbai, India


(2007)

If tool marks are deep, your best bet is to abrasive blast or tumble blast (hide problem). If a smooth or bright finish is required, then this would be more time consuming and difficult without a mechanical, abrasive process (remove problem).

tony kenton
AF Kenton
Nova Finishing Systems Inc.
Hatboro, Pennsylvania


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