Friday, June 29, 2012

sPINNer Stories: Bone Screw Deburring

A manufacturer of titanium bone drills and screws bought a sPINner to assist in the deburring of these precision parts. It was critical that no material be transferred to the part during processing. Also, the parts could not collide with each other during processing because any collision would damage the flutes of the drill.

The sPINner met this customer’s requirements. The sPINner uses a stainless steel pins (SUS-304). No material is transferred to the part during processing. Also, since all parts move in the sPINner at the same speed and direction, the parts do not damage each other from collisions.

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