A smooth, but not too tough, device is employed to rub metal’s surface with sufficient pressure. This assists in flattening the large areas while allowing the flow through the material.
How does burnishing actually work? The edges of the steel can be smoothed by pushing the metal through a die which helps smooth out the burrs and the blanked edge that is caused by the crack in the die.
The quality and size of the surface can be enhanced by using a roller for burnishing. External and internal surfaces can be burnished using the right tool. What pressure you use depends on factors like strength, diameter, and the size of the rolls.
If you require a precise measurement with a flawless surface finish, then burnishing is the only way to go. Because it increases the surface’s hardness by 50% to 100%, the process can also be used for an increase in hardness.
What can a tool for burnishing be is used to polish? Metals. From stainless steel to copper, aluminum, or brass, almost all metals can be used to burnish. Burnishing tools can also be applied to stones such as diamonds.
To find out more about the process of burnishing take a look at the video below!