Vibratory Tumbling & Deburring

Vibratory Tumbling & Deburring

During various manufacturing processes, it is possible to produce burrs. Burrs can cause a functional failure during assembly or while the part is in service. Vibratory tumbling/deburring can remove the burrs and provide an overall consistent finish.

MIS provides high volume vibratory finishing services and ball burnishing. Typical applications would be to remove sharp edges, flash from the parting lines and to improve RMS on critical components.

MIS has approximately 80 cubic feet of vibratory capacity with a variety of equipment capacities. Our process services both ferrous and non-ferrous components in a wide range of size and configuration. Media selection is based upon the specific requirement of the components being processed. The vibratory tumbling process includes post-processing to control rust and corrosion.

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