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Noga Deburring: Which Blade, When?

Posted by Travers Team on Mar 17, 2021 8:00:00 AM
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Many hard materials, especially metals, leave sharp, rigid edges behind when they are cut. Deburring can eliminate or lessen these sharp edges, allowing a worker or consumer the ability to handle the object without potentially becoming cut or injured. Additionally, deburring helps maintain the safety and performance of machines by reducing the risk of an object’s sharp edges damaging sensitive equipment or wiring when the object moves forward in the manufacturing process. Deburring allows for safer material handling, smooth edges, and a quality, professional finish. Noga brand deburring solutions include a variety of blades and handles designed for a wide range of materials and applications.

 

heavy DUTY APPLICATIONS:Noga Heavy Duty S Blade

S-Style (E) Blades and holders are ideal for heavy duty applications because their 3.2mm swivel blade design allows fast and easy removal of larger burrs from straight edges, curved edges and holes (including the interior and exterior edges of difficult to reach cross and deep holes). Typically used to remove larger bigger burrs, S-Style blades work best on steel, aluminum, plastic, abrasive material, brass, cast iron, stainless steel, plastic, hard materials, and fine edges on all materials, including holes as small as 1.5 mm diameter. These blades are available for right hand or left-hand operation, or both. Most blades are made of M35 Super High Speed Steel or Tungsten Carbide, though TiN coated S-style blades are also available and provider longer tool life.

LIGHT DUTY APPLICATIONS:

Light Duty N BladeN-Style (B) Blades and holders are ideal for light duty applications because their 2.6mm swivel blade design allows fast and easy removal of burrs from straight edges, curved edges and holes (including the interior and exterior of cross and deep holes). Typically used on smaller burrs, N-Style blades works best on steel, aluminum, plastic, abrasive material, brass, cast iron, stainless steel, plastic, and hard materials. Ideal for use in tight spaces, these blades are available for right hand or left-hand operation, or both. Most blades are made of M35 Super High Speed Steel or Tungsten Carbide, though TiN coated N-style blades are also available and provide for longer tool life. 

HEAVY DUTY COUNTERSINKING ROTODRIVE APPLICATIONS:

Noga RotoDrive

RotoDrive Cranked Countersink blades and holders allow the user to chamfer holes, including deep holes. Patented 'crank' design allows continuous rotation for fast, easy and accurate chamfering. With the Rotodrive system, Noga Countersinks also offers External Countersinks, with which rough edges can be chamfered on the outside of tubes and round bars

HEAVY DUTY COUNTERSINKING APPLICATIONS:

Noga countersinks can remove the rough ridges often created when a hold has been made and will put a chamfer between the hole and the surface into which the hole was drilled. Noga Countersinks can also create a deeper recess into a hole, which acts to prevent a flat head screw from projecting over the surrounding surface and gives your workpiece a more professional finish. Noga countersinks are hand-operated tools normally used for producing a small chamfer, but may also be gripped in a drill press to create deeper recesses.

Travers Tool's expert technical advisors can assist you with deburring blade or handle selection and can answer your finishing application questions at tech@travers.com. To make a technical support request, click here.


Want to learn more?

We believe the Right Tool Is Everything™, and we strive to share our experience and expertise in an effort to ensure you select the right tool for your application, follow best practices, and can push your productivity and efficiency further. Download the Noga Deburring Guide for a comprehensive overview of Noga's Deburring Systems.

By downloading the guide you'll find:Noga Deburring Guide

  • Noga heavy duty handle & blade selection charts
  • Noga light duty handle & blade selection charts
  • Noga RotoDrive & heavy duty countersink handle & blade selection charts
  • Noga Reversible countersink handle & blade selection charts
  • Noga scraper application comparison table

DOWNLOAD NOGA DEBURRING GUIDE

Topics: Article, Metalworking and Machining, Finishing

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