Technical Details: Datasheet external roller burnishing tool
External roller burnishing tool ARG-0-S
|Application||shafts, also against shoulder|
|Diameter range||1.0 - 7.9 mm|
|Adjustment range||-0.2 up to +0.1 mm|
|Rolling depth||40 mm|
|Standard fixture||cylindrical shank Ø 6 - 22 mm
Morse taper 1 to 3
- Fixture with clamping surface; VDI; HSK etc.
- Rolling depth unlimited with cylindrical shank
- Different number of rollers
- Tailor made rollers
- Internal coolant, max. 8 bar coolant pressure
Please note that this information represents standard values which must be adapted to the individual cases.
|Workpiece allowance||up to 0.01 mm|
|Tool preclamping||up to 0.04 mm|
|Rotation direction of tool||clockwise (M3)|
|Return traverse||always in rapid traverse (G0)|
|Lubrication||emulsion or oil; filtration of the lubricant (<40 μm) can improve the surface quality and the tool life|
|Pre-machining of workpiece||surface roughness (Rz) up to 15 μm tolerance IT8 or better|
|Workpiece hardness||up to 45 HRC|
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Tool assembly and handling
External taper roller burnishing tool
- Cage, including bearing, spring, locking ring
- Rolling unit (conversion kit for other diameters including item 3/4/5)
- Clamping screw for sleeve
- Clamping screw for taper
- Locking Ring
Adjustment of the tool
Loosen clamping screw (7), then turn the fixture (1) and sleeve (2) against each other according to scale. One mark is equivalent to 0.01 mm in the diameter. Retighten clamping screw (7).
Tip When setting up a tool, the revolution speed can be considerably reduced, however the feed rate per revolution is not to be decreased. When conducting roller burnishing under unfavorable conditions, e.g. when using high-strength materials with insufficient lubrication, it is advisable to reduce the revolution speed.
To carry out a fast basic adjustment of the tool, it is advisable to adjust the tool to the biggest dimension and then to guide it onto the pre-machined shaft by hand. The tool can then be adjusted on the shaft until the rollers are felt to contact the surface. Starting from this setting, the pre-clamping can be increased by 1-2 marks on the scale. This basic adjustment then usually requires only minor corrections dependent on the achieved roller burnishing result.
When setting the tool diameter below the nominalsize of the tool then the taper will overlap the cage. Therefore the dimension “X” (see overleaf) will increase. This increase will be about 0.2 mm per 0.01 mm diameter reduction (= one mark on the tool scale) of the tool setting.
Loosen clamping screw (7) and screw the fixture (1) out of the sleeve (2). The rollers (5) become clear. Replace the rollers in sets and remount the components.
Tip Coat the roller seats with some grease so that the rollers are held in place by the grease during the assembly.
When replacing the rollers, clean the cage and the taper. Check them for damage, run-in marks, rough spots etc. and replace worn out components. Worn cages or tapers can considerably reduce the service life of the rollers.
Loosen clamping screw (7) and screw the fixture (1) out of the sleeve (2). Unscrew clamping screw (8). Pull the taper (4) out of the sleeve. Replace the taper and remount the components. Please Note: When assembling, ensure the correct position of the countersink in the taper and the clamping screw (8).
Tip When replacing the taper, clean the cage and the rollers. Check them for damage, run-in marks, rough spots etc. and replace worn out components. Worn cages or rollers can considerably reduce the service life of the taper.
Loosen clamping screw (7) and screw the fixture (1) out of the sleeve (2). Remove locking ring (9) then lift out the cage (3). Replace the cage and remount the components.
Tip When replacing the cage, clean the tool interior and grease it lightly. Dirt particles, in particular chips, reduce the tool life and the quality of the roller burnishing results.
What revolution speed and what feed rate …
The graph below shows the revolution speed and the feed rate for the whole diameter range of the ARG-0-S.
For your specific application we recommend to use our interactive calculator for machining parameters.
Please remember that these results are only guide values. Different machining conditions (e.g. pre-machining, material, lubrication…) may require different machining parameters.
Tip When setting up a tool, the revolution speed can be considerably reduced, however the feed rate per revolution is not to be decreased. When conducting roller burnishing under unfavorable conditions, e.g. when using high-strength materials with insufficient lubrication or very deep holes, it is advisable to reduce the revolution speed.