Welding is used in many industries. In tank and container construction, vehicle superstructures, wagon construction, shipyards, pipeline construction - stable, permanent joints are essential everywhere. And this can only be achieved if the work is done cleanly. A botched seam can have far-reaching consequences and is relevant to safety.
When it comes to deburring engine parts, housings, pneumatic and hydraulic parts that have many internal bores, cross bores, threads, O-ring recesses, etc., there are different tools for processing depending on the application.
Mechanical processing (e.g. turning, milling, punching, lasering) produces edges, splinters or fraying on the workpiece due to the displacement of material. These are referred to as burrs. Steel, aluminum, castings and forgings are the main materials being deburred, but burrs also occur on wood or plastic parts.
Workpieces made of metal are manufactured, worked and processed in many industries and trades. Various processing methods are used in the process. These include machining, non-cutting and joining techniques.
Polishing tools and the corresponding solid or liquid polishing compounds, to achieve any surface from matt to high-gloss, using hand-held equipment, stationary lathes, flatbed machines or robots, for trade or industrial applications.