Custom Metal Finishing 

When your custom wire forms and perforated sheet metal pieces need to be free of potentially harmful sharps and other deformities, Marlin Steel offers deburring services on custom-manufactured parts. Mechanical burrs can happen from shearing, punching and drilling. Whether it's a decorative finish, a high gloss polish, oxidation or rubber grinding, our deburring machine can be configured to suit your specific need.

Sharps, when left on materials handling baskets and other metal products meant to be hand-carried from one place to another, become an added injury risk to employees, especially if such employees are not wearing gloves. Removing burrs from metal baskets not only improves their aesthetic appeal, it improves the safety of the basket for manual handling. Our deburring machine can process all sorts of materials, like: printed circuit boards, stainless steel, plasma cut parts, copper, composite materials, aluminum, titanium, shared parts, laser cut parts, upformed parts and punched parts.


How Marlin Steel Deburrs Custom Metal Forms

Minimize Deformities with Our Deburring ServicesOne way in which Marlin Steel reduces the occurrence of burrs and sharps is to weld parts with an advanced medium frequency welder machine that leaves fewer deformities from welding than a traditional welder does.

Beyond minimizing the occurrence of deformities in the first place, Marlin Steel uses an advanced Bütfering Steelmaster Prima W 309 RBB Wet Belt Sander to finish parts. Using this automated parts finishing machine, Marlin Steel can create parts with an incredible surface quality.

Technical specs for the Bütfering Steelmaster wet sander include:

  • 37” working width.
  • 1 contact roller unit.
  • 2 oscillating brush units.
  • Drying unit with double air-jets.
  • Coolant filtration unit with auto-advance paper feed.
  • Adjustable height for sanding devices to better conform
    to the parts being sanded.

This machine’s three brushes and contact roller grind the irregularities from the metal forms placed within, leaving a smooth, defect-free surface.

To further improve the finish of a metal form and remove microscopic flaws, the metal form can be electropolished to eliminate the tiniest of flaws.