HIGH ENERGY TUMBLE FINISHING DETROIT
Efficiently Finish Steel, Aluminum & Titanium
In Detroit, the high-energy tumble finishing process involves harnessing centrifugal force to polish parts effectively. Our state-of-the-art high-energy tumble finish machines are capable of finishing materials such as stainless steel, steel, aluminum, and titanium. One of the key advantages of this method is its exceptional efficiency, allowing parts to be finished in just minutes in many cases. When time is critical, high-energy tumbling is the ideal solution.
To initiate the high-energy tumble finishing process, the parts requiring finishing, along with media, water, and a surfactant, are placed inside a sealed barrel. These barrels are then positioned on a carousel, typically holding four barrels, and set in motion. The carousel spins in one direction while the barrels rotate in the opposite direction, generating powerful centrifugal force that achieves the desired level of finishing for the parts.
At Automotive Tumbling, we are equipped with several of the largest high-energy tumblers available. The selection of the appropriate machine depends on the number of parts to be processed and their respective sizes. We take pride in using custom machines designed and perfected by our team of metal finishing Detroit experts over the past 70 years. Additionally, we also offer finishing services using vibratory deburring in Detroit.
A few of the metal finishing Detroit services we offer are below:
Metal Tumbling & Deburirng Detroit
Often during the manufacturing process, parts are left with small raised edges that can be sharp sometimes. These tiny fragments of metal that remain attached to the metal parts are known as burrs...
VIBRATORY DEBURRING DETROIT
If your business involves machining operations such as grinding, drilling or turning, burrs are a common but often unavoidable problem. At Automotive Tumbling, we offer a wide range of industrial metal finishing...
DEGREASING WASHING CLEANING detroit
Degreasing Washing Detroit is commonly utilized to remove contaminants on the surfaces of metal prior to applying a coating. The metal stamping process leaves residues, such as lubricants, metal shavings,..