In a process water basin, an ultrasonic horn oscillates and generates sound waves as well as cavitation. These remove burrs reliably and with sharp edges. This process can also be used to remove internal and hidden burrs.
With the option of a motor spindle in the robot compensation joint the possibilities of deburring with the machine multiply. Sharp edges and different sized chamfers of one component, not a problem for our machines. We would gladly do a sample deburring for you.
Expensive and inflexible fixtures, as required by classic processes, are no longer necessary. Cross bores starting at 0.2mm can be deburred reliably.
Ultrasonic can even be used to deburr grinded or honed components. The machined edges remain sharp.Learn more
With our optional motor or compressed air spindle, you can apply additional chamfers with the same machine. Thus, sharp-edged and burr-free chamfers can be achieved with one machine.Learn more
Indirect ultrasonic radiation and the generation of Rayleigh waves (surface earthquake waves) make it possible to deburr even internal edges and the smallest of passages. The size does not matter.
Even highly sensitive surfaces can be deburred without damage. No surface discoloration and deformation of the component and very low abrasion rates.
By using our programming systems, the machines can flexibly deburr smaller lot sizes starting at 100 pieces economically. Large quantities up to approx. 1 million are also possible.
Ultrasonic deburring is almost independent of the material. A wide variety of metals and plastics can be deburred.Learn more
Do you work in medical technology or in the automotive environment and need a validatable process? Ultrasonic deburring is particularly suitable for this.Learn more
Our A-series requires only 4 kW of power and the consumption per year is between 8,000 and 12,000 kWh per year. This is 3-6% of the energy of classic processes..Learn more
Components as small as 1x1x1mm can be deburred with our machines.