Metal Deburring Tools & Processes

Our high quality standards do not only apply to our deburring machines, but to our deburring tools and consumables as well. We place great emphasis on the material quality, precision manufacturing and enhanced lifetimes of spare and wear parts. Most often, successful processing depends on the small things. So we offer you only tools that will be able to complete the job correctly, the first time.


Find suitable tools and spare parts for your deburring machine!


Deburring Tools & Machine Supplies

You know your own requirements best. If you already know exactly what type of tool you are looking for, go straight to our deburring machine supplies & tools page.

Deburring blocks

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Rotary brushes

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Disc brushes

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Abrasive belts & non-woven abrasives

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For the jobs that you carry out with your ARKU machines: We have prepared an overview of the most important processes - and sorted the appropriate tools accordingly. This section is about deburring and the processes and tools that are used.



Deburring is the removal of excess material that remains often stubbornly stuck to the metal after parts are cut. During punching a burr can form on the cutting edge of the sheet metal. Laser and thermal cutting leave molten material residues on the metal edges.


Edge rounding

Edge rounding.

The edge rounding of sheet metal delivers the desired edge radius to the material. The sharp edges are removed and the edges are prepared for further processing such as painting.


Slag removal.

Slag removal.

Often not fully ejected slag (dross) sticks to thick materials during plasma or oxyfuel cutting. This slag has to be removed before the part can undergo further processing. Unlike burrs, slag can easily be chipped off with the right tools.


Oxide removal.

Oxide removal.

Oxide byproducts are removed from the cutting edges via a combination of tools and machine operations. This byproduct occurs when cutting metal via CO2 laser. 


Surface finishing.

Surface finishing.

Usually, the sheet metal surface is already treated during the mechanical deburring operation. This could be the result of the deburring and rounding tools or purposefully applied by a surface finishing unit.



Here we have put together interesting facts about grinding.

Abrasive technology

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Economical processing

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Deburring Tools

Removing Stubborn Burrs with Our Deburring Tools

There have been many positive changes for the employees at O'Neal Manufacturing Services with the EdgeBreaker®. “It doesn’t just allow us to produce high-quality deburred parts on time, our staff loves the machine. It ensures their safe return home, every day.” according to Daniel Webster, Engineering Manager, about the EdgeBreaker® ease of use. “Our operators only needed a few hours to get used to the machine,” he sums it up. 

O'Neal Manufacturing Services relies on the EdgeBreaker® 4000. The grinding drum outfitted with an abrasive belt removes stubborn burrs. Edge rounding blocks round the sheet metal parts on both sides in a single pass.

Success stories from the field.

Edge rounding tools:

Edge rounding tools:

Optimil Machinery Inc. edge rounds the parts to ensure that the powder coating of its wood processing equipment won’t chip off. Optimil Machinery Inc. outfits their EdgeBreaker® with edge rounding blocks.

Edge rounding blocks


Tools for flame-cut parts:

MISA Metal Fabricating is a full-service steel fabricator with a focus on thermal cutting heavy duty parts. Mike Talis, President of MISA Metal Fabricating, believes in ARKU’s automated deburring solution with the grinding drum and rounding blocks.

Deburring tools

Flame-cut parts without slag formation:

Flame-cut parts without slag formation:

O’Neal Manufacturing Services has growing demand in cleanly deburred and rounded flame-cut parts. This includes small-batch and large scale production with time constraints and high-quality requirements attached.

Removing heavy burrs

Tailor-made tools and spare parts for your deburring machines.

Tailor-made tools and spare parts for your deburring machines.

  • Fast delivery
  • Personal consultation
  • Quality products made in Germany

Additional information.


Andreas Zimmer

Andreas Zimmer
Application Engineer
P: +1 513 985-0500


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