Forming And Removing Process Of Fastener Burr

Fasteners are commonly used parts in daily life, and are widely used. Quality plays a key role in the use of fasteners. The burrs directly affect the quality of fasteners. How is the burr of the fastener formed? How to remove this kind of burr well? The Chinese standard parts tell you related questions based on experience.

What are fastener burrs?

Although the glitch is not a big thing, it directly affects the quality of the product, making the original good quality product look like a "defective product." The fastener burr refers to extremely fine microscopic metal particles on the surface of the fastener, and these particles are called burrs by us.

How are fastener burrs formed?

When fasteners are formed during cutting, grinding, milling and other similar chip processing.

Methods to remove fastener burrs:

In order to improve the performance and service life of fasteners, it is necessary to remove fastener burrs before using fasteners. Fasteners are commonly used components on machinery and equipment, and are also important components. Therefore, the surface, acute angles and edges need to achieve extremely high metal cleanliness. The main methods of removing burrs are: traditional mechanical process, grinding, polishing and other processes with different degrees of automation.

A chemical process can also be used to remove the burrs of the fastener, so that the quality of the fastener can be better guaranteed, and the fasteners are all immersed in multiple containers in sequence, one of which contains a CULLYGRAT solution. Through simple immersion treatment, all burrs can be removed, the surface of the workpiece is smooth and smooth, and the edges and corners are smooth, bringing users unprecedented high quality. Using CULLYGRAT for chemical deburring is not only environmentally friendly but also saves a lot of production and personnel costs.

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