I don’t know about you but deburring a job after machining I find to be a real pain. This is an important process not just for the look of the finished product but also to give personal protection from the resulting post machining sharp edges.
If it is a CNC job then a small deburring chamfer can be added to the CAM operations but that may not be always possible to easily implement.
A manual deburrer such as made by Noga is another option but on a large geometry job it is difficult to get a uniform profile to the edge chamfers when done with such a manual tool. Inevitably you occasionally slip and scar the surface of the job and this really irritates.
I do like the cone shaped tool for deburring holes. Incidentally Banggood offer blades and handles that are identical and interchangeable with the Noga range including a series of different sizes of the cone tools. Here are a couple of links to get you in the right direction but there are numerous sources of similar products.
My most recent revelation was to get a deburring wheel. I bought this from Zoro Tools. It is a 6″ diameter wheel made by Bibielle. There are quite a few other sources of this type of wheel. I made an arbor to mount the wheel into my drill press. Deburring wheels are meant to be mounted on a horizontal grinding machine but bench space is tight in my workshop so it has to be a drill press mount as and when needed. I have to say this is a joy to use and gives a quick clean finish to all cut edges. The wheel also gets used for surface cleaning on dirty materials. A useful addition to the workshop and one I wish I had discovered sooner.
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