Mate'sRollerball Deburr tool is
a solution for eliminating burr removal on punched parts. Designed to deburr
mild steel, stainless steel and aluminum sheet material in any thickness, the
Rollerball Deburr tool does the burr removal automatically as part of the
punching process. No off-line, manual burr removal needed and no special
off-line tools are needed.
Mate's Rollerball Deburr
is designed for Thick Turret and Trumpf Style applications. The tool
incorporates Mate's proprietary Rollerball technology that uses the extended
programming capabilities of punch presses operating in the x and y axis with
the ram down.
Using a special ball in
both the upper and lower part of the tool, the Rollerball Deburr
pushes the burr away creating a slight radius on the punched edge. Smooth to
the touch, the deburred edge is consistent and has a finished appearance. All
part contours can be processed with the Rollerball Deburr tool, including
small, tight corners.
Rollerball Deburr comes as
a complete set, including springs for adjusting tension appropriate for the
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