Rex-Cut Blog

    How to Select the Right Mounted Point for Your Application

    July 24, 2019

    To achieve the results you want from deburring or edge-breaking, the key is to choose the most suitable mounted point for your application. These steps can help you select the best abrasive for your job. Read More

    Filed under: Automotive, Aircraft
    5 Ways of Removing Aluminum Burrs

    May 18, 2017

    Creating aluminum parts for the aerospace and automotive industries requires the highest level of precision and accuracy of cut and fit. Your final product needs to be smooth and ready for use in critical components of airplanes, vehicles, and other mechanical and technical applications. Read More

    Filed under: Aluminum, Automotive, Aircraft
    5 Production Mistakes That Kill Your Bottom Line

    April 1, 2017

    Production mistakes are costly time-drains, but avoidable with a little bit of thinking ahead. Make sure that you aren’t making any of these five errors that will hurt your plant’s profitability and reputation. Read More

    Filed under: Automotive, Aircraft
    Proper Wheel Selection is Critical to Successful Metal Finishes

    July 26, 2015

    Stainless steel finishes serve a wide variety of purposes, running from the cosmetic to the functional, but each is necessary. When fabricating with stainless steel, finishing the weld properly is a must or the metal loses its rust resisting qualities. Read More

    Airline Seat Tracks? We've got an app for that.

    July 24, 2015

    Airline manufacturers design aircraft with tracks that go up and down the length of the fuselage. Seats can be secured in many positions along the track, providing airlines with multiple configuration options. Read More

    Filed under: Aircraft
    Simple Way of Preventing Stress Cracks on Cast or Machined Parts

    July 24, 2015

    Precision parts for high stress applications cost thousands to manufacture. In aerospace or automotive manufacturing, an hour of production time can be worth $5000-$6000. Hydraulic pump parts in certain applications can cost as high as $25,000 for a single unit. With sky-high manufacturing costs, extending the amount of time these parts can stand up to high stress is important. Read More

    Filed under: Aircraft
    Robotic Finishing on Aerospace turbine Blades: A Case Study in Success

    July 24, 2015

    Canadian firm AV&R Aerospace needed to refine their precision application of robotic deburring of aerospace turbine blades. Known as profiling, a precise edge is needed on the blades to control airflow while increasing efficiency and fuel economy in aircraft engines. Read More

    Filed under: Aircraft
    Preventing Expensive Part Rejection during Deburring & Edge-Breaking

    April 25, 2014

    In this video Jon Blake, Rex-Cut Product Manager, illustrates why Cotton Fiber Mounted Points help with critical deburring applications. Read More

    Filed under: Aircraft, Videos
    Smooth Touch Type 1 – Successful in Robotic Deburring Cells

    September 5, 2013

    Smooth Touch Type 1 wheels are dense yet flexible and debur without changing a part’s geometry. These features allow Smooth Touch to leave an accurate edge when used in robotic deburring cells. Read More

    Filed under: Aircraft