Deburring“Removing protruding imperfections from a cutting part”
Deburring is the process of removing burrs, which are small irregularities or sharp edges that can occur during the processing of materials like metal, plastic, wood, or other substances. These burrs can form during machining operations such as milling, turning, drilling, or cutting.
The deburring process involves removing these burrs to ensure that the surface is smooth and free of sharp edges. This is important to prevent burrs from causing injuries to people working with the material and to improve the quality and functionality of the processed part.
Together for the best deburring solution
Q-Fin offers innovative machines for efficient deburring of metal components, including steel, aluminum, and stainless steel sheets, after cutting processes like laser, plasma, and water jet cutting. Our machines are cost-effective, high-speed, and user-friendly, ensuring a perfect burr removal and compatibility with various manufacturing processes.
Why deburring with Q-Fin?
- Deburring without effort
- Ensures consistent quality
- Coating adheres better
- Very user-friendly
Our solutions for Deburring
For deburring, edge rounding with R2+, non-directional and line finishing of sheet metal parts up to 1200 mm wide.
Suitable for deburring, applying a Radius 2+ and finishing of sheet metal parts up to 600 mm wide.
For deburring, edge rounding and finishing of sheet metal parts up to 1200 mm wide, all in one compact, lightning-fast machine.
Extremely fast deburring, edge rounding and finishing with this machine suitable for sheet metal parts up to 800 mm wide.
The small powerhouse for deburring, edge rounding and finishing sheet metal parts from 10 to 200 mm wide.
The best semi-automatic machine for grinding, deburring, edge rounding and finishing metal parts.
The budget-friendly mobile table grinder that can be used for deburring, edge rounding and finishing metal sheet components.
To remove slag from your steel parts up to 1200 mm wide quickly and efficiently without any effort.
Discover our other applications
Removing the hard layer left on the cut edge after cutting, formed by reacting with oxygen