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Chamfer & Deburring Tools
Star SU Chamfer & Deburring
Why chamfer and deburr?
- A burr which is not removed may break off during use and damage bearings or gears in gearboxes.
- Over-carbonizing may result in too much pressure being exerted on sharp gear lateral surfaces which might then break.
- A hardened burr may lead to premature wear of tools in subsequent finishing operations.
- Removal of very sharp burrs reduces the risk of tool handling injuries.
- The rolling operation serves to remove the material that builds up on the tooth flanks by plastic deformation during chamfering.
- During chamfering/deburring, structural material changes in the form of compression may occur. The rolling process levels out the surface and causes the material to sink.