Abtex offers deburring system for Powder Metallurgy parts

July 23, 2013

July 23, 2013


The Tri Ten U Series has wheels for portability

and deburrs both sides of green powder metal parts

Abtex Corporation, based in New York State, USA, includes in its range of Tri-Ten deburring systems a unit specifically suited to the deburring of green Powder Metallurgy (PM) parts.

The U series deburring system deburrs both sides of a part in a single pass and is designed for applications requiring a small footprint and portability.

Parts are loaded at one end and a magnetic conveyor passes them through an offset planetary deburring head where three fibre abrasive brushes deburr the upward facing surface.

The conveyor then carries the part to a mechanism that flips it on to a parallel, magnetized conveyor that transports the part back through the planetary head and deposits it at an opening next to the entrance.



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