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Profimach® PRO Steel® Line offers machines for the deburring, edge rounding, deslagging, surface finishing, oxide and rust removal of thin and medium thick sheet- and plate metal parts after laser cutting, punching, blanking, plasma cutting, and oxy cutting. Depending on the final requirements, various methods of deburring technologies can be used. The geometry, number of pieces and part dimensions, also have an influence on the machine configuration. The goal is to always achieve consistent, high quality results for deburring and edge rounding of your punched and laser-cut parts.
In the plasma and flame cutting, the edge of the workpiece will produce slag and flash, and this can be quickly cleaned with very abrasive material or with even heavy slag removal hammers. This equipment can maintain the original dimensional accuracy unaffected and achieve a high quality uniform micro chamfering effect.
The burr can vary when punching, stamping, fine blanking or laser cutting your materials. Burrs created via laser cutting, fine blanking, stamping and punching adhere to the material in various strengths. Therefore finding a comprehensive deburring solution is crucial.
Deburring refers to the process of smoothing the rough edges of a metal object or component. To some, a part is considered deburred when its vertical burr is removed. To others, a part isn’t fully deburred until it has a radius on each edge.
With thousands of machines in service and decades of experience, we can design an optimized system that will meet and exceed YOUR standards. Our deburring products include:
PRO Steel® Versatile - PSGB Series: These machines can be equipped with abrasive belts and rotary discs to eliminate vertical and lateral burrs simultaneously, gently rounding the edges of the part in the process. Ideal for deburring and finishing small metal parts.
The Rotary Brush: A multi-directional brush machine that uniformly deburrs and finishes the edges of metal parts in a single pass. It’s also worth noting that this process is completely harmless to surface coatings (such as cladding, zinc or laser film). Ideal for deburring the edges of laser-cut, punched or machined parts.
Manual Grinder: A versatile machine with a rotatable head to swap between heavy grinding and edge rounding/deburring. Ideal for metalwork projects that require both deburring and grinding.
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A radius is created on the edge of the metal during edge rounding of metal products. This ensures that the sharpness of the edge is removed and it is given a uniform rounding. We offer perfection in edge rounding with a radius of up to two mm in a single pass.
A good edge rounding result is characterized by removing the sharpness on the edges of your laser-cut or punched materials. This prevents injuries that may be caused by handling the material, while simultaneously improving downstream processing. Furthermore, a radius at the edge of the materials also improves paint adhesion.
Profimach offers a wide range of deburring machines that also can remove your laser oxide. Our OEm factory developed in the beginning of 2015 a new brush to remove the laser oxide skin from laser-cut steel. This brush is to be used in the models with standard Rotary brush machines combining the excellent edge rounding and deburring results of the machine with the required oxide skin removal both from the interior as well as exterior contours ot the product.
If you are cutting via a CO2-laser or Fiber Laser with oxygen, we have the solution that removes any oxide layers along the cutting edge of the material.
If you have rusty surfaces, we have the solution that removes any oxide layers along the surface of the material.
Punched, fine blanking, stamped and laser-cut parts often require high demands on the surface. A beautiful surface is a pleasant side effect of the deburring process. In some cases, a specific type of surface finish could be necessary.
|x||Digit between P-S|
|2||Two sides simultaneously up and down deburring|
|y||First digit after PS (Profimach Sander)|
|z||codes placed in sequence of machining|
|2-3-4-5-6||Number BEFORE letter is the quantity of the letter following|
|B||Brush full width|
|C||Chain Belt transversal|
|D||Disk brush vertical|
|G||Gyro or planetary barrel brush or fladder type|
|R||Roller- Contact roller with full width abrasive belt|
|T||Transversal Small Belt|
|OOO||Width of working surface in mm|
|w||at the end after width value|
Deburring machines come in wet and dry varieties. Dry machines may be less expensive, but they do require some kind of dust collector—either dry (basically a big vacuum cleaner) or wet (which forces all grinding debris into a wet tank to cool and capture the debris, reducing the risk of fire or explosion).
Dry machines work well for grinding certain parts of similar material—all carbon steel, for instance. But wet deburring machines are an absolute must when grinding different metals, such as aluminum, which can produce combustible dust. If combustible dust is left in a dry dust collection system when steel is run, the sparks created from the steel can ignite the remaining dust, causing a fire or explosion. A wet system, on the other hand, creates no metal dust and so usually does not present such hazards.
Wet machines typically have ancillary equipment, such as a filter and a drying unit. The filter separates the grinding debris from the coolant and recirculates the coolant to spray where the grinding is taking place. The drying unit can include squeegee rolls that push the coolant off of a deburred and grained part, as well as a blower that removes the remaining liquid.
In most applications, wet deburring machines can prolong the life of abrasive media. With the right coolant, abrasive media can last even longer. Using water-soluble coolants—usually 95 percent water mixed with 5 percent coolant chemical—may almost double abrasive life versus using water alone.
Neither wet nor dry machines are maintenance-free. For dry systems, technicians periodically must vacuum internal components to remove leftover metal fines. With a wet machine, an operator can use the hose attached to the coolant pump to wash internal components. On all systems, operators must grease bearings periodically. They also need to adjust certain elements, such as the tension on pinch rolls, which must hold the material properly against the conveyor belt.