Elements after machining: lathing, milling as well as stamped elements usually are not satisfactory as far as surface finishing is concerned. Higher quality requirements resulting from construction or esthetical aspects require performing additional surface finishing. Moreover, to a great extent these processes have been done manually which is quite slow and ineffective. How do you then obtain satisfying result quickly? The best solution is to implement machines for mass finishing to the production process.
Topography of the surface versus functional properties
The degree to which surface is smooth not only is connected with aesthetic matter but also influences directly on the durability of the coworking parts. Much inequalities/roughness cause the contact surface get worn out quickly. As a consequence the element is vulnerable to exploitation, and many of the parameters such as: resistance against corrosion or fatigue strength get disrupted. Below, we present examples of profilographs of the functional surface before / after vibro-abrasive finishing.
Appropriate smoothness ensures better durability of functional surface.
Round vibratory machines are a group of universal machines that meet the requirements of vibro-abrasive finishing processes from deburring to polishing. Contact forces are much less aggressive than in disc finishing machines, what allows for effective smoothing of elements possessing different sizes and weights.
For processing longer elements we recommend trough vibratory machines WR series that are ideal for deburring workpieces with significant chips left after earlier processes.
For mass finishing of gentle and light elements the best solution are disc finishing machines, that have been designed for quick and effective work. Processing time is several times shorter than for the same activities with the use of round vibratory machines and more than ten times shorter then with the use of rotary tumblers.