High-speed dry-spindle finishing is an automated mechanical deburring and finishing method originally developed primarily to automate edge finishing procedures on complex rotationally oriented and symmetrical aerospace engine components. Since its inception, this method of utilizing fluidized free abrasive materials has facilitated significant reductions in the amount of manual intervention required to deburr large rotational components by manufacturers. Additionally, the process has also proved to be useful in edge and surface finishing a wide variety of other non-rotational components by incorporating these components into fixturing systems.
- Economies and productivity improvements from automating the deburring of rotating hardware
- Part-to-part and lot-to-lot uniformity that can be developed with automated deburring
- Developing isotropic, planarized surfaces and beneficial compressive stress for enhanced part service life