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Need help deburring cross-hole


(2001)

I have a problem deburring cross holes in long shafts. These shafts are about 10" long, and the outside diameter is about 1", with a 0.25" I.D. The cross-hole is about 5mm dia. and is at about 3" from one end of the part. Any ideas on deburring the burr at the intersection of the I.D. and the cross-holes?

Venkatesh Damodaram
- Elgin, Illinois


(2001)

The answer to your question depends on a couple of things. 1. What is the over all size of your part? 2. How many parts are in question. 3. What is the material in question? 4. Is there budget for equipment or do you want to do it with existing manual systems? Best and fastest ways are either abrasive flow or thermal deburring equipment. They are also the most expensive. An ECD type system might work and would be a little less expensive. There may be other alternatives, but it depends on answers of 1 - 4.

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




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