Punching burr solution, cross hole burr treatment method-Burrs generated during punching are a common problem, and here are some common solutions:
Tool optimization: The use of suitable punching tools can reduce the generation of burrs. Select the appropriate punching tool shape, material and edge parameters to improve the punching cutting effect and reduce the formation of burrs.
Use of blanking fluid: The use of appropriate blanking fluid during the punching process can improve the cutting effect and reduce the generation of burrs. Blanking fluid reduces friction and heat buildup, helps cool and lubricate the punching area, and reduces burr formation.
Blanking die adjustment: Adjusting the design and setting of the punching die can reduce the generation of burrs. Optimizing the cutting edge angle, cutting clearance and punching force distribution of punching dies to improve cutting results and reduce burr formation.
Optimization of processing parameters: Reasonable selection of punching processing parameters, such as impact force, impact speed and impact times, to control cutting and deformation during punching and reduce burrs.
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Post-processing operations: Post-processing operations can be performed after punching to remove burrs. The edge of the punched hole can be lightly sanded with a sanding tool such as sandpaper, an abrasive wheel, or an abrasive belt to remove burrs and improve edge quality.
Which solution to use depends on the punching material, size and requirements, as well as feasibility and economic considerations. In actual operation, it may be necessary to combine multiple methods to solve the glitch problem.
Hardware Magnetic Polishing
Cross hole burrs are rough edges or burrs that appear at cross holes formed on a workpiece. The method of dealing with intersecting hole burrs depends on the specific workpiece and application. Here are some commonly used processing methods:
Shear trimming: Use suitable tools (such as scissors, scissor blades, etc.) to trim the burrs at the intersection holes. Make sure the tool is sharp and handle it carefully so as not to further damage the workpiece.
Grinding and grinding: Grinding and grinding the burrs at the intersection holes with grinding tools such as sandpaper, abrasive sheets or grinding wheels. The appropriate sandpaper or abrasive sheet grit can be selected and coarsely ground then finely ground until the desired surface finish is achieved.
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Drilling and Chamfering: Use an appropriately sized drill to drill holes at the intersections to remove burrs. With the help of a chamfer drill or chamfer tool, chamfer the edges of the intersecting holes to reduce burr formation.
Chemical Treatment: Certain chemical methods can be used to deburr cross holes. For example, chemical treatments such as pickling, electropolishing or electrochemical polishing can remove burrs and improve surface quality. However, when chemical treatments are used, chemicals need to be handled with care and safe handling procedures are followed.
Laser melting or laser cutting: For some special materials or workpieces, laser melting or laser cutting can be used to remove burrs at cross holes. The laser energy can partially melt or cut the burr to achieve the removal effect.
Mechanical flanging: For some thin plate materials or metal workpieces, mechanical flanging tools can be used to flang the intersection holes. Mechanical flanging improves edge quality by pushing burrs out of the orifice. The selection of an appropriate treatment method should take into account the workpiece material, size, shape and processing requirements.