ROLLER BURNISHING-A Literature Review of Developments and Trends in Approach to Industrial Application
Keywords:Roller Burnishing, Surface Finish, Burnishing tool, Surface Roughness
Burnishing is a cold working, surface treatment; chip less process in which plastic deformation of surface irregularities occurs by exerting pressure through a very hard and smooth roller on a surface to generate a highly smooth and work-hardened surface. Roller burnishing is an economical process, where skilled operators are not required. This paper presents the reviews of different works in the area of burnishing and tries to find out latest developments and trends available in industries in order to minimize the total equipment cost and result in high production rate, with accuracy and without considerably increasing existing inventories.
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