This recommended practice establishes a procedure for the applicatioin of long string abrasive monofilaments to machined aircraft structures for the urpose of removing burrs produced during the machining operations. This procedure is typically applicable to aluminum, titanium, and steel, but usage is not limited to such applications.
The process is applicable to the removal of light machining burrs but will not remove burrs that have been extruded by dull cutting tools.
The process described responds to an automated brush deburring method that lends itself to machine automation and robotic applications and is applicable to a wide range of part geometry variables.
ARP1925B has been reaffirmed to comply with the SAE five-year review policy.