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Best Practices to Improve Results in Gear Deburring

The article "Best Practices to Improve Results in Gear Deburring" appeared in the September/October 2020 issue of Gear Technology.

Summary
All cutting and machining operations produce some type of burr or leave sharp edges on metal components. These unwanted byproducts are especially troublesome when producing precision components such as gears. The burrs can loosen from the gear - either during assembly or later when the gear is in operation - and damage components or lead to critical part failure.

Keywords
deburring, Weiler

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