Are you looking for a deburring method? Do you already use MicroBlasting to deburr? Are you a new user or an old pro?

Wherever you are—be it early in the research phase or deep into production–watch this micro-lesson on deburring. It will either lay the groundwork or provide a refresher on the basics.

Our goal is to make you an expert on your Comco equipment. Knowing the 5 factors that lead to successful deburring will help you and your team improve your approach, work more efficiently, and get the most out of your blasting system.

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Learn more - The missing measurements of deburring

The Missing Measurements of Deburring

Are old burrs suddenly reappearing? Are new burrs popping up? Is a once-reliable deburring method failing you? Chances are, you’re missing a measurement. Deburring expert and author, LaRoux Gillespie, takes us back to Deburring 101 with a quick lesson on how to handle burrs. Continue reading →

Learn more - deburring cross-drilled holes

Deburring Cross-Drilled Holes (& Other Intricate Geometries)

Need a burr-free surface with no edge break? Thanks to a range of nozzle and abrasive options, MicroBlasting is ideal for removing burrs that form in cross-drilled holes and bores. Continue reading →

Pumice is a soft abrasive option used in MicroBlasting

Have You Considered Pumice?

Pumice is a gentle but tough cutting abrasive. It works best in applications where softer abrasives come up short and aggressive cutting abrasives are too aggressive. Learn more about this often overlooked media. Continue reading 

Learn more - tank orifice size and selection.

Using the Right Tank Orifice?

A medium-sized tank orifice provides a rich-enough abrasive stream for successful deburring. Moreso, the size of the tank orifice really impacts your blaster’s efficiency. Here’s a quick guide to help you select the right size. Continue reading →

Anders P., Technical Sales

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