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Deburring and finishing needle cages


Please give some guidance for deburring and finishing for needle cages, sheet thickness is 0.7 to 1.5mm, your solutions for ultrasonic cleaning is very costly.

Mihir Shah
njv engineers - Wadhwan City, Gujrat, India


Sorry, Mr. Shah, I don't see any previous inquiries from you, nor any inquiries about deburring needle cages, so I don't know what recommendations you are referring to in saying "your solutions for ultrasonic cleaning is very costly". Personally I tend to recommend ultrasonic cleaning when electrocleaning can't be used, such as on aluminum parts or the internals of pipes and tubing--but other people may recommend it in more widespread situations.

But ultrasonic cleaning is for the removal of soil, not burrs. Maybe you should spend some more time explaining your situation and what you've tried and what successes or failures you met with. Thanks.

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