Metal burr removal: an essential aspect of the production process

Did you know that metal burr removal is an essential aspect of the production process? During the production process, small spiky nodes can develop on the surface of the steel. These nodes are also known as ‘burrs’. The burrs are not always visible, but they can impede the function of steel components. They can even develop fractures in the steel after a while or damage your products. Using a deburring machine is the best solution to protect your equipment and your products.

An innovative metal burr removal machine

Q-fin developed an innovative metal burr removal machine: the F600. This machine is the best choice for deburring parts with a width of up to 600mm. The F600 is an extremely efficient machine. It is suitable for many processes, including deburring, grinding, edge rounding, sheet metal bending and removing oxidized parts. Our metal burr removal machine is designed to handle non-ferrous plate parts. It features a clear control panel and a stable grinding belt with a width of 630 mm.

The highest production speed

Q-fin offers two variants of the metal burr removal machine: one with a magnet support and one with a vacuum support. The F600 features four brushes, that are rotating in an opposite direction. Due to this design, the machine ensures the highest production speed and creates smooth edge rounding.

What is carbon fiber material?

Almost anything can be made with carbon fiber material. This important material is everywhere and we use it almost every day. The material is used for products like fiber wallets, bicycles, boats, cars and jewellery. But what is carbon fiber material exactly? And how is it made?

The history of carbon fiber material dates back to 1879 when Thomas Edison baked cotton threads or bamboo silvers at high temperatures. This material carbonized into a carbon fiber filament. In 1958 carbon fiber materials where invented in Ohio, America. These fiber where unusable, but they contained around 20 percent carbon and had stiffness properties and a low strength. Five years later, in 1963, an innovative manufacturing process was developed and the carbon fibers strength potential was realized.

From what carbon fiber material is made?  

Carbon fiber material is made from raw material what is called the precursor. Most of the fibers are produced and made from polyacrylonitrile (PAN). These organic polymers exists of long strings of molecules, which are bound together by carbon atoms.

How carbon fiber material is made?

Carbon fiber material is made from a process that is mechanical and chemical. Before the carbon fiber material is carbonized, it need to be chemically altered to convert their linear atomic bonding to a thermally stable ladder bonding. To achieve this, the carbon fiber material is heated in air to about 200-300 degrees Celsius for 30 until 120 minutes.

After the stabilization process the carbonizing process starts. Long strands of fibers are drawed and heated to a very high temperature, without allowing it to come in contact with oxygen to prevent the fibers from burning. The heating process is the moment that the carbonization takes place. The atoms inside of the fibers are violently, destroying the non-carbon atoms. The result is a fiber that is composed of long, tightly inter-locked chains and carbon atoms.

During the manufacturing process, many different gasses and liquids are used. Some of the materials are designed to prevent reactions with the fiber. Other materials are designed to achieve a specific reaction.

 

How to register a company in Netherlands

If you are interesting in starting a Dutch business you first need to know how to register a company in Netherlands. The Dike company has assisted many entrepreneurs in setup a Dutch company. The most common entity is the BV company. It is favourite because of the many advantages for the company owner. For example, the only legal requirement is to have a registered address in the Netherlands. The BV company needs both shareholder(s) and at least one director, but you can choose the amount of shareholders and directors you prefer.

You can open up your Dutch company on distance, and also your shareholders and director don’t have to be Dutch residents. For only 950,- we can setup your Dutch company formation, thereby we can provide a registered office address at our business centre for only 90,- a month.

All we need from you is;

– if the shareholders(s) and director(s) are individuals, we need a copy of the passport, a proof of the living address and the marital status. When the shareholder(s) and director(s) are a company, we need an original extract from the foreign trade register, a copy of the deed of incorporation and a UBO declaration.

As a service, we will check your company name is available for free. Please contact us for more information.