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Development of Inline Micro-Deburring Applying Magnetic-Field-Assisted Polishing
Masahiro Anzai*1, Takeo Nakagawa*2,
Nobuhiro Yoshioka*3, and Shigeki Banno*3
*1Shibaura Institute of Technology, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan
*2FineTech Co., Tsurumi-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan
*3Panasonic Electric Works Co., Ltd., Kadoma, Osaka, Japan
Received:September 28, 2009Accepted:November 9, 2009Published:January 5, 2010
Keywords:automatic deburring, magnetic-field-assisted polishing
The ongoing miniaturization and increasing precision of machine parts have made minute burrs generated in shearing, cutting, and grinding, a serious problem and their elimination a vital necessity. With no currently efficient way of deburring metal parts made by press-forming thin sheet metal. We applied a polishing using magnetic abrasives to micro-deburring, and used this in actual production. Results showed that three-dimensionally formed thin sheet hoops can be deburred, and clarified that nonstop operator-free deburring lines can be put into actual operation at production sites. We also attempted deburring the outer blade of an electric shaver as a practical application, attaining excellent results.
Cite this article as:M. Anzai, T. Nakagawa, N. Yoshioka, and S. Banno, “Development of Inline Micro-Deburring Applying Magnetic-Field-Assisted Polishing,” Int. J. Automation Technol., Vol.4 No.1, pp. 9-14, 2010.Data files:
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