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CERAMIC FIBER-DISK: DEBURRING, POLISHING AND CHAMFERING OF CROSS HOLES
Video: Deburring a groove with the ceramic fiber disk
FEATURES OF THE CERAMIC FIBRE DISK
SMALL DIAMETER, LONG FLEXIBLE SHAFT The narrow shank with a diameter of only 2.3 mm and a length of 78 mm makes it possible to reach and remove burrs in deep holes.
LONG SERVICE LIFE Improved service life, as the grinding wheel is made of Al2O3 ceramic fibers instead of abrasive grains. In contrast to competitive products with abrasive grit, the CERAMIC FIBER DISK lasts approx. 3-5 times longer with the same grinding performance.
STABLE QUALITY The flexible shaft enables gentle contact with the workpieces and suppresses even the smallest vibrations. Likewise, there is less risk of scratches on the workpiece because the CERAMIC FIBER DISK does not bounce off the surface.
The CERAMIC FIBER-DISK was developed for applications where internal contours of a workpiece need to be deburred that cannot be reached by previous tooling solutions.
Made of Al2O3-ceramic fibers the CERAMIC FIBRE-DISK is abrasive on all sides, so that deburring can take place with the front/rear side and with the side surface. This is particularly suitable for use in grooves. Due to the long shaft, deeper places in the workpiece can also be reached.
The long shank of the tool allows even deep-lying contours to be reached. The flexibility of the shaft also allows for gentle contact (without vibration) with the workpiece and thus avoids damage. Unlike conventional mounted points, the "disc" does not touch the flat surface during machining, so there is also no damage around the area to be machined.
The CERAMIC FIBRE-DISK is ideal for deburring deep internal grooves.
With the use of a mounted point, the plane surface would be "damaged" and the edges could not be reached.