Edging or Edge Conditioning is the capability of smoothing, especially deburring, the comers of the edges of strips of steel, while these strips are travelling lengthwise on the same path plane in close edge-by-edge spacing, for example, strips that have been produced by the action of a conventional slitter.
This is achieved by either machining or skiving the material, based on the edge required. Conditioned edges are extremely useful in industries where the exposed edges of the strip come in external contact with, or are handled by processes that require sensitivity.
Please see below for a list of available Stainless Steel Edges:
- No. 1 Round Edge (Skiving)
- No. 2 Mill Edge
- No. 3 Slit Edge
- No. 4 Round Edge (Modified)
- No. 5 Deburred Edge