Deburring Machines

A reliable source for Deburring Machinery information and leading Deburring Machinery Companies & Manufacturers.

Manufacturing of parts through drilling, machining, forging, stamping or molding often results in sharp raised edges, seams or burrs on the part that can interfere with its functioning and safety. Read More…

Deburring Machines Deburring machines are used in the process of secondary machining and finishing of parts to result in a smooth surface.

Leading Manufacturers

Addison, IL  |  708-343-6900

Giant Finishing is a well-known manufacturer of deburring equipment and machinery, media and compounds, molding vibratory bowls, multi-stage washers and more. We have over 100 standard models to choose from, or we can custom-manufacture products to meet your needs! In business for two decades, we provide the mass-finishing industry with complete equipment solutions.

Request A Quote

Giant Finishing, Inc. $$$

North Kingstown, RI  |  401-398-0045

OTEC Precision Finish, Inc. is a world-class supplier of mass finishing equipment and supplies. Our primary products include centrifugal disc, drag and stream finishing machines to meet all of your deburring, polishing, grinding and honing requirements. Put us to the test by taking advantage of our free, no obligation sample processing.

Request A Quote

OTEC Precision Finish, Inc. $$$

Kalamazoo, MI  |  269-344-3878

As a leader in vibratory finishing equipment since 1965, CLM VibeTech offers the best features in today’s mass finishing industry, designing & producing a full line of industrial vibratory finishers. We also service & restore nearly any brand. Many styles of deburring to polishing equipment, drying machines, combo machines, secondary equipment & all the media & compounds to complete your process.

Request A Quote

CLM VibeTech, Inc. $$$

Brea, CA  |  866-204-7068

De-burring parts using abrasive blasting cabinets is a very common solution to an old problem, it can be batch loads using tumble barrel blasting machines, manual siphon or direct pressure models and even micro models using direct pressure or siphon delivery. Flash de-burring rubber using plastics is also very common with our Hailstorm model. Media Blast has a full range of models for each and every type of abrasive delivery system allowing us to remove almost any burr.

Request A Quote

Media Blast & Abrasives, Inc. $$$

Warminster, PA  |  267-803-2851

Here at Finishing Associates we offer a full range deburring equipment that is utilized in a number of different industries. We have a long history of successful manufacturing and our experts will work with you every step of the way to determine the best deburring equipment for your application. Turn to Finishing Associates today for high quality solutions!

Request A Quote

Finishing Associates, LLC $$$

New Milford, CT  |  800-423-0697

At A. E. Aubin, we offer a full range of deburring equipment that that has been trusted by multiple industries since our founding in 1959. Our experts will work with you every step of the way to determine the best deburring equipment for your application. Turn to us today for high quality solutions!

Request A Quote

A.E. Aubin Company $$$
placeholder image Giant Finishing, Inc. OTEC Precision Finish, Inc. CLM VibeTech, Inc. Media Blast & Abrasives, Inc. Finishing Associates, LLC A.E. Aubin Company

Accidents, injuries or major production delays can all result from a small notch or defect on the surface of a part. In order for a part to be most effective in terms of operation, aesthetics, function and quality, the burrs must be taken off. Through the process of buffing, polishing or vibratory finishing in a deburring machine, burrs or imperfections on the surface of a part or component can be removed. Deburring machines can be simple, hand-held tools to work with smaller, more fragile pieces of equipment, or they can be large automated systems with wheels, belts and vibratory tools.

A vibratory tumbler is an example of a common deburring machine in which the parts are placed in the tumbler, or sealed drum, with deburring media such as ceramics, glass or the more natural corn cob media. The barrel agitates the parts and deburring media with a side-to-side vibratory motion, causing friction and grinding. This movement polishes the parts and removes unwanted surface burrs. Vibratory finishers are similar to tumblers but are more complex and typically include conveyor systems and vibrating sections.

Deburring media and tumbling media are chosen depending on the type of machine used, and the type of part needing deburring. Common materials include ceramics, synthetic plastics and organic compounds such as corn cob and walnut shells. Particle size and hardness play an important role in the process and so must be considered carefully. Wet media is sometimes used to add a protective coating for the parts, or to add a coloring agent.

Some automated deburring machinery uses robotic technology for precision deburring and polishing, especially for parts such as gears or engine components. Larger unfinished parts maybe require a deburring machine such as a cabinet or benchtop polisher. There are many different uses for deburring machines, but industrial applications include finishing molds and dies, cleaning components for pharmaceutical or chemical components, aerospace and automotive parts etc.

In these industries, it is important that a smooth surface is achieved to prevent possible areas of stress and weakness, and to allow for the accurate scientific or mathematical analysis of component performance.

Deburring Machines Informational Video