Introducing the Spinner Machine a Magnetic system for deburring and polishing small metal components.
A NEW CONCEPT IN DEBURRING AND FINISHING SMALL METAL PARTS
– A magnetic deburring and polishing machine for small precision parts in medical, electronics and aerospace industries.
– Eliminates costly and timely hand deburring processes in minutes.
– Rotating and magnetic discs under the surface of the machine activate the media where the components are immersed in a processing liquid.
– Eliminates the inconsistency of hand deburring.
– Creates a uniformity to the surface of the components in a single cost-effective operation.
What Media does the Magnetic Spinner use?
The deburring pins are available in diameters from 0.2 mm to 1.5 mm. Pin diameter is chosen based on desired deburring aggressiveness. Depending on the material of the parts being deburred, the pins can last between 3 to 5 years. Because the pins do not break down during the deburring process, sludge does not develop in the deburring solution and secondary part washing is unnecessary.
What Features will the magnetic spinner deburr?
Blind, through- and cross-holes can be deburred as long as the pin diameter is smaller than that of the hole. Pins will not become lodged in blind holes, as the magnetic action that pushes the pins into the holes also pulls them out of the hole. Similarly, threaded features may also be deburred by using a pin diameter smaller than the thread pitch.
What materials / metals are best for the sPINner?
While all material will work in the sPINner, our experience has shown some work better that others. Aluminum, brass, and beryllium copper all are very good materials for the sPINner. We have also had success with stainless steels and titanium. Although with stainless and titanium the burr thickness at root must be thin enough for the burr to be removed instead of rolled as these materials are more pliable than some other materials.
What about magnetic materials?
While magnetic materials will work in the sPINner, there are several limitations to be aware of. First, magnetic parts will “stick” to the bottom of the container. This means only a single layer of parts can be run at a time. Also, because the pins will tend to stick to the parts, ID burrs in magnetic parts will not be good candidates. This is not to say magnetic parts will not work in the sPINner. All go through the sPINner to remove grinding burrs.