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After the primary manufacturing, the parts are rarely complete. Typically, a part requires one or more finishing processes to be considered correctly completed. Vibratory Finishing Machine is one such metal finishing process. It can be used to deburr, descale, polish and clean metal parts after manufacture. The vibratory finishing process uses specially shaped grinding media to achieve the desired finishing results. First, the grinding media is placed into the container along with the components to be completed; next, the eccentric rotating weight rotates within the container, causing the bucket to shake and vibrate. The cyclic vibration of the barrel repeatedly raises and lowers the contents of the container in rapid succession. This allows the grinding media to interact with the metal components in a very similar manner to standard filling - the media is in contact with the component and the surface is eroded and smoothed until the desired finish is achieved. Vibration finishing is a batch operation suitable for machining large, relatively small workpieces. Because the vibration moves the entire load as a unit, it is ideal for more fragile parts - the abrasive media and the forces within the part are equal, eliminating the risk of tearing and other part deformation. Many vibratory dressers can be opened during use, allowing trained workers to visually inspect parts during ongoing trimming. The vibration finishing process creates a series of different surface finishes on the part. The finish can be controlled by varying the frequency and amplitude of the vibratory finishing equipment. Typical frequencies range from 900 to 3,600 cycles per minute (CPM); amplitude, the difference between the highest and lowest points of the cycle, can vary from 0 to 4.76 mm. information about vibratory finishing machine :

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