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Atomisation of Deburring Method from Manual Deburring to Vibratory Deburring to Minimize the Rejection during PPAP of New Development of Component


Rohan F. Kolge , Trinity Academy Of Engineering, Pune; Bhushan B. Kode, Trinity Academy Of Engineering, Pune; Nilesh R. Patil, Trinity Academy Of Engineering, Pune


Mild Steel, Burr, Deburring, Edge Finishing


During Performing PPAP for new part development we came across a problem of burr formation which was going to impact on rejection and failure in the development. So in this article we have given how to overcome this problem by atomization by installing deburring machine instead of manual deburring. The burr formation is one of the most common and undesirable phenomenon occurring in machining operations, which reduces assembly and machined part quality. To remove the burrs, a costly and non-value-added process known as deburring is required for post-processing and edge finishing. A basic overview of burr formation and removal is presented in this paper. Due to vast applications of Mild Steel in many industrial sectors, such as automotive and aerospace industries, this paper describes the most highly used deburring edge finishing on machined parts. The main advantages, disadvantages, limitations, part quality and precision of these operations are presented. This can be beneficial for an adequate selection of deburring methods, cost reduction and production rate improvement.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV7I20206
Published in: Volume : 7, Issue : 2
Publication Date: 01/05/2019
Page(s): 224-226

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