Cryogenic Deflashing

Cryogenic Deflashing

Cryogenic deflashing is the process of removing the excess flash material from various molded parts. This flash is typically found where the mold comes together and the excess material escapes during the final molding process. This process is unique because it will not degrade the shape of the part, but keeps the edges sharp and recesses clean and free of debris. This deflashing is done with the use of nitrogen or another supercooled process to “freeze” the flashing for easy removal.

Cryogenic Deflashing Links

Arrow Cryogenics has been in the small part deflashing industry since 1983.

Examples of Cryogenic Deflashing capabilities.

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