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Matrix Deburring Applications Laboratory

Got Burrs?

The Matrix Deburring Applications Lab (MDAL) was created as a developmental tool to evaluate automated deburring operations in a real-life testing environment. It allows Matrix to take actual parts to test the deburring operation with various processes and technologies in order to determine what deburring process is the best fit for a specific part that needs to be deburred.

The MDAL contains a single FANUC robot in the center of four stations that can be used separately or together to determine the best tools and processes for each unique deburring operation. Matrix proprietary adaptive technologies are integrated into each station. See robotic deburring page for more information on adaptive technologies.

Matrix Deburring Applications Lab Station Features

Touch Detection

  • constant tool pressure with adjustability
  • automatic detection between part and tool
  • heavy duty 3-phase motor for heavy duty tools
  • automatic tool wear detection with compensation
  • adjustable tool speeds for optimal tool performance

Compliance Spindle

  • servo driven spindle
  • constant tool pressure with adjustability
  • automatic detection between part and tool
  • automatic tool wear detection with compensation
  • fully programmable spindle speeds for multiple tools

iRVision Positioner

  • Coordinated motion for path/edge deburring
  • compliant deburr spindle for constant tool pressure
  • mount parts directly to table for accurate positioning
  • 3-jaw chuck mounted to table for chucking applications
  • iRVision provides accurate positional data for precision tasks

For more information on robotic deburring, call or email us or download the deburring brochure below!

Got a Deburring Challenge For Us?

If you are dealing with pesky burrs on your machined parts, Matrix Design is offering a free, no obligations deburring analysis for those who have a need to deburr or remove material from a machined part. Depending on the complexity of the burrs and the parts, a deburring test analysis report can be generated within 2-4 weeks. We will classify the burr type(s), make recommendations on material removal, and determine if robotic automation will be the best solution. Please note that there are some limitations to what can be deburred, such as combustible materials and hard materials.

If you are interested in having a deburring analysis completed on your machined parts, please fill out the form below and one of our team members will contact you shortly. You may also call us at 847.841.8260 to inquire about this risk-free deburring analysis opportunity.

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