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post #1 of 10 Old 05-10-2011, 09:42 AM Thread Starter
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Deburring 1.75" OD DOM Tubing

I'm looking to see if anyone knows of a special deburring tool that will deburr the inside and outside of DOM tubing once it has been cut. I have seen those little hand reamers, but that looks to be like a lot of work as I plan on cutting hundreds of small pieces.

I have found deburr tools for stainless steel, but will this work for regular DOM? What tricks have you guys found that works well?

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Those only work for 90 degree cuts. You would need to do lots of straight 90s to make it worth your while.
We use bench mounted belt sanders and only debur and grind back the outside edge to prep for welding. I can't think of too many 90 degree tubing joints most end up with fish mouth ends at least in our shop.
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if your trying to de-bur the inside for say a weld in bung or something i use dremel. belt sander or grinder with a flap disk work for the outside.

i know it sucks if you say you have hudreds of small peices but thats what i use in my small 2 car garage

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Yeah, I would be doing 90* cuts. It is not related to jeep or vehicle stuff.

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Yeah, I would be doing 90* cuts. It is not related to jeep or vehicle stuff.
hard to beat a lathe for 90* cuts..

http://www1.mscdirect.com/cgi/NNSRIT...-SearchResults

these work well for ID, and you cant really beat a grinder/bench sander for the OD.
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Or a small drum sander chucked into a straight die grinder.
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http://cgi.ebay.ca/Deburring-Tools-A...ion_Parts_Gear

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Used these in the past with good results, I still have the small red handle one. The second one I posted.

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How many are you wanting to deburr Jeremy?
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A couple hundred Jim. For various different items that I sell. I need them all cut a 2" in length.

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If you're going to continue doing this Jeremy I've seen dual spindle outfits that you can chuck a counter sink in for deburring the inside then there's another tool for the outside. You just hang on to the part by hand and the go from one spindle to the next.

Also don't you have a drill press? That would also work. Just chuck the beburring tool in the spindle and use a vise on the table to hold the part. You could do the i.d. on them all then do the o.d.
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