We present deburring solutions made of high-performance ceramics at the "Expertdays on robotic material removal" at SCHUNK in Brackenheim
KEMPF at the conference of experts „Deburring technologies" and "precision surfaces“ at the K3N Nürtingen
Remove cross or transverse bores precisely and reliably by machine. A major problem in almost every machining manufacturing. That's why we set out on a mission to show how it works.
In the latest edition of dihw No. 2 2022, you will find out everything about smooth rolling with diamond and more.
DMG MORI Wernau organizes the "TECHNOLOGY FRIDAYS" next week on Friday, April 01, 2022, together with us an exciting day around the topic "#burrfree straight out of the machine". As deburring specialists, us at KEMPF will be on site and not only provide tooling solutions.
Increasingly more complex and demanding component geometries, new materials or material combinations make the required burr-free edges and precise surfaces for subsequent manufacturing processes more and more difficult in the production of parts. For example coating, bonding, welding or assembly.
When it comes to niche components for special areas of application, very small series are usually required, but the quality of their manufacture must not be inferior to series components in any way. They often have to be manufactured even more precisely and better. But when it comes to highly complex space components, absolute precision and quality are required, even in prototype production. KEMPF, the deburring specialist from Reichenbach-Fils was also able to provide the necessary deburring solutions for this and to completely automate the burr-free production.
Ceramic fiber tools made of high-performance ceramics for best deburring and polishing results of surfaces, edges and bores
In the current edition of dihw No. 4 2021, the advantages of ceramic fiber tools in deburring applications are highlighted over four pages.
Once again, we were able to score with our innovative tool solutions and help the company ISAB Technology in Karlstein to achieve burr-free machining directly from the machine. The trade journal Werkstatt + Betrieb reports on this in the current issue.
Our portfolio in the field of "solid carbide drills" has significantly increased and of course also improved. With our drilling professionals, the KEMPF ExBurrDrill, the KEMPF MultiDrill TriCut, the KEMPF SteelDrill DualCut and the KEMPF InoxDrill Dual Cut, we also have four special drills in our range that set standards in terms of feed and speed. Our highlight is the KEMPF ExBurrDrill, with which burrs can be avoided and thus, in the best case, a downstream deburring process is not necessary.