Vibratory Finishing Machine , also known as quality fi […]
Vibratory Finishing Machine , also known as quality finishing, is a mechanical/chemical process used to deburr, fillet, smooth, polish and decrease individual parts.
Quality finishing is the process of immersing components in media and compounds (specially treated water) in a vibratory finishing machine. The machine vibrates, moving the contents in a circular motion, and the media and parts are ground to achieve the desired finish.
The vibration finishing process is suitable for very small and very large workpieces with simple or very complex geometries.
First, the quality finishing process can be designed as:
1. Continuous system - The part enters at one end and is continuously discharged at the exit in the finished state.
2. Batch Processing System - Add, process, and delete multiple sets of parts before running the next batch of processing.
3. Sequential Process - Includes running parts through multiple batches finishing processes to produce a finer finish.
4. Single piece system - Large parts are machined separately.
Second, vibration finishing is used for:
1. Deburring: Removes particles and shavings (called burrs) that occur during metal processing or processing.
2. Polishing: Produces a smooth, bright, reflective surface finish.
3. Smooth: Improves surface finish and mixing of any defects or sharp edges.
4. Superfinishing: producing high-quality smooth surfaces.
5. Cleaning: Remove contaminants, debris, grease or dirt from the components.
6. Prefabricated board finishing: produces a smooth, smooth surface finish prior to subsequent plating or coating.
7. Ball Mill: High-strength processing, usually in stainless steel balls to produce a bright luster.
8. Rolling or tumbling: The original process of deburring or polishing an assembly using a rotating drum instead of a vibrating container.
Third, the benefits of vibration finishing
1. Reduce component wear, make it more durable, and increase power output.
2. Cost-effective and non-labor intensive.
3. A smoother surface makes your components cooler, faster and longer.
4. Produce accurate, controllable and uniform finish standards.