To evaluate whether your molded items are suitable for cryogenic deburring and how efficient and economical this process is for your unique needs, your molded items should undergo cryogenic test deburring.
As there are countless variations of molded parts existing and several influencing factors play a role in the cryogenic process as well, your items must first run an empirical test series in a cryogenic deflashing system. The respective processing parameters and the possible processing quantity are very depending on the factors of burr condition, geometry, size and material properties of the molded article to be processed. The processing parameters and loading quantities can vary enormously depending on the molded part. Thus, a preliminary assessment of a deflashing result and the behavior of the molded article in the cryogenic process is not possible.
With the help of our test-deflashing service, you will receive a solid calculation basis for cryogenic finishing for your respective molded article, which will then also serve as the basis for a planned machine investment.
A prerequisite for meaningful cryogenic deflashing tests is supplying previously defined test quantities (usually test phase #1 with smaller quantities, test phase #2 then with larger quantities for around 5 – 10 consecutive processing cycles for each type of molded article).
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