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Deburring refers to the process of smoothing the rough edges of a metal object or component. To some, a part is considered deburred when its vertical burr is removed. To others, a part isn’t fully deburred until it has a radius on each edge. The burr can vary when punching, stamping, fine blanking or laser cutting your materials. Burrs created via laser cutting, fine blanking, stamping or punching adhere to the material in various strengths. Therefore finding a comprehensive deburring solution is crucial.

De-slagging - Heavy slag removal - Deslagging

In the plasma and flame cutting, the edge of the workpiece will produce slag and flash, and this can be quickly cleaned with very abrasive material or with even heavy slag removal hammers.  This equipment can maintain the original dimensional accuracy unaffected and achieve a high quality uniform micro chamfering effect.

Edge rounding

A radius is created on the edge of the metal during edge rounding of metal products.  This ensures that the sharpness of the edge is removed and it is given a uniform rounding. A good edge rounding result is characterized by removing the sharpness on the edges of your laser-cut or punched materials. This prevents injuries that may be caused by handling the material, while simultaneously improving downstream processing. Furthermore, a radius at the edge of the materials also improves paint adhesion. We offer perfection in edge rounding with a radius of up to 2 mm in a single pass. 


Finishing - Surface finishing

Punched, fine blanking, stamped and laser-cut parts often require high demands on the surface. A beautiful surface is a pleasant side effect of the deburring process. In some cases, a specific type of surface finish could be necessary.

Calibration | Precision Grinding

Grinding with the express goal of removing material and decreasing material variation. This process removes the exterior oxide layer/skin and grinds the material much like a surface grinder – only using a wide belt abrasive.

Laser Oxide removal

If you are cutting via a CO2-laser or Fiber Laser with oxygen, we have the solution that removes any oxide layers along the cutting edge of the material. Profimach offers a wide range of deburring machines that also can remove your laser oxide. Our OEm factory developed a new brush to remove the laser oxide skin from laser-cut steel. This brush is to be used in the models with standard Rotary brush machines combining the excellent edge rounding and deburring results of the machine with the required oxide skin removal both from the interior as well as exterior contours ot the product.