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Old 12-29-2016, 08:41 PM
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What do you all use for deburring machined parts? I use a combination of a triangular file, with the file teeth ground off, and a flat file? I expect there is something better.
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Old 12-29-2016, 08:58 PM
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Thats what I use, I have the Solid Blade Triangle Scraper
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Old 12-29-2016, 10:32 PM
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A basic Noga tool covers probably 95 per cent of what I do. Of course I have files and scrapers for special applications but the Noga gets used the most. For larger stuff where access is easy I'll sometimes use a die-grinder and a small flap wheel. Deburring is a huge "extra" cost so I'll always do what I can to speed up the process...
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Shaviv has deburring tools like the Noga and a number of specialty tools.

http://www.vargus.com/shaviv/

http://www.vargus.com/shaviv/templat...d=25&pageId=54
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Old 12-30-2016, 09:19 AM
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A basic Noga tool covers probably 95 per cent of what I do. Of course I have files and scrapers for special applications but the Noga gets used the most. For larger stuff where access is easy I'll sometimes use a die-grinder and a small flap wheel. Deburring is a huge "extra" cost so I'll always do what I can to speed up the process...
I ordered one. Looks to be a little faster than my scraper. Thank Keith.
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Old 12-30-2016, 10:30 AM
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Yep the "deburring" tools work great and I use one on all the aluminum parts that can be made to fit. but on the steel I usually just use files (shaped as required, flat, triangular, round)
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Old 12-30-2016, 10:46 AM
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I use a half round file or a rat-tail.
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Old 12-30-2016, 11:53 AM
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If unable to flap wheel I have always used a noga style .Now if I can find it.I believe in tool box in U haul unopened since 2005 .Everybody has a set for home and one from work right ?
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...Shaviv has deburring tools like the Noga and a number of specialty tools...
Yeah, their lines are pretty much identical. I think some of the cutters interchange as well--we have an assortment of both.

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...Looks to be a little faster than my scraper...
For some things they definitely are....

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Yep the "deburring" tools work great and I use one on all the aluminum parts that can be made to fit. but on the steel I usually just use files (shaped as required, flat, triangular, round)...
As with many situations it's necessary to have an assortment of tools available--we use them all at one time or another. When I'm turning stuff on the lathe I always break or chamfer any edges I can while the part is still in the chuck...
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I use a Noga quite a bit for insides and recently set up a set of scotchbrite deburring wheels on a bench grinder for outsides
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