Cleaning and Deburring of Casted Parts
Deburring is a slight cropping of unwanted material on the surface of manufactured parts, ferrous or non-ferrous, which may be dangerous for handling or hamper the structural integrity of the material. Most of the times deburring happens after machining but the casting process also sees its fair share of surface imperfection.
Deburring is a pre-finishing process where after die casting is done the manufactured part is exposed to various methods of removing deformities. The process of deburring is sometimes time-consuming, which is why companies decide to outsource or completely avoid the process. But there is a reason why deburring is a necessary aspect of manufacturing die casted parts.
Why is Deburring Necessary?
While some manufacturers try to avoid deburring due to the cost and time associated with the process, at Eurobalt Engineering we make sure that the parts you receive are near perfect and we also understand the importance of deburring. The whole process is necessary for the soundness and longevity of the manufactured part. Here are some points on why deburring is necessary:
Types of Deburring Techniques
There are five different casted parts deburring techniques in mass use, and each has their own specialty. All five can provide quality deburring, so the choice depends on your preference to one of the five techniques.
Some Ways of Avoiding Deburring
Deburring is a time-consuming process, working on the same manufactured tool causes loss of valuable time and wastage of manpower. There are some cases where deburring is unavoidable, but you can also utilize some manufacturing techniques to avoid burrs, or grossly minimize it. Here are some ways in which the creation of burrs can be minimized and deburring can be avoided:
Eurobalt Engineering Provides Cleaned and Deburred Casted Parts
We are a metal working company and one of our major businesses is die casting. We produce die casted products of various shapes and sizes and, depending upon the request of our clients, we can also provide surface finishing, coating, and painting.
Our factory is equipped with deburring machines that we use to finish die cast parts. We offer different techniques to our clients and also, depending upon the materials in use, we utilize the best possible solution to get near perfect results.
Working with us, you will find manufacturing, pre-finishing, and finishing work done all under one roof. There will be no need to outsource any work, as we will handle all the production process for you. All you have to do is send us drawings and we will handle the rest.