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Before Processing with Turbo-Abrasive machining.
After Processing with Turbo-Abrasive Machining. A high-speed dry spindle finishing method with an abrasive fluidized-bed for deburring and isotropic finishing

Before_and_after_Comparison_Turbine_disks 2016

TAM Green Background
Two step finishing procedure with Turbo-Finish.  (1)  Deburring, edge-contour and surface smoothing (2) Final finish and polish with Turbo-Finish fine polish media.
Edges and surfaces can be brought to below ten micro-inch Ra with secondary turbo-polishing operations.  Fine finishes enhance visual inspection for quality assurance.
Gear After TAM
ABOVE: Heavily rooted burrs can be removed in a hands-free automated process.
turbo-charger rotors
ABOVE: Very rapid automated deburring and surface enhancement of rotor parts

Turbo Finish Disk before

finished turbo finish disc
Upper picture: Sharp edge condition and as ground surface condition prior to Turbo-Finish processing. Lower photo:  Fir-tree geometries deburring and edge-contoured, Isotropic finish on disc surfaces.

Before Compressor Disk Picture

After Compressor Disk Picture
Upper Photo:  Disc prior to processing with Turbo-Finish,  Lower Photo: Disc after processing
bEFORE AND AFTER Turbo-finish
Processing of extreme burr and surface conditions
A Turbo-Finish Model 522-SS Turbo-Abrasive Machining Center



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