Both tumbling and vibratory deburr utilize abrasive media to remove excess sharp edges and burrs from stampings or other machined parts. The parts are placed into a vibratory machine that tumbles/vibrates and rotates the product in abrasive media. This smoothes rough surfaces and breaks all sharp corners on the product. Vibratory deburr is more suitable for parts requiring safe handling, such as camshafts, telescoping magnesium steering columns, and stainless steel IV stands for the medical industry.
Other uses include creating a specified, cosmetic surface, cleaning and descaling. JTF has the ability to vibratory tumble to a specific RA/RZ profile roughness parameter.
Our process personnel conduct trials, as needed, to achieve the optimum finish according to specific customer quality and cosmetic requirements. We thoroughly inspect parts at every stage in the finishing process. Equipment manufacturers, from automotive to medical, know they can trust Jackson Tumble Finish with their most sensitive deburring, cleaning and cosmetic requirements.