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The deep-drawn part has two stepped sections, and was specified to include a hole in each section, leaving a heavy burr.

Deburring Piercings with a Customized Flexible Hone

Deep-draw stamping operation finds a customized in-house solution to the problem of burs obstructing tight-tolerance holes

For metal stamping operations, the very nature of the shearing process that creates intricate, tight-tolerance piercings inevitably creates burrs requiring a secondary finishing step to remove them.  This is particularly true for parts with wall thicknesses in excess of 0.005 inches, which often results in heavier burrs. As a result, the operators must decide how to remove the burrs most efficiently. 

For many stamping operations, this means manually deburring each part, an

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