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The polishing process of transmission gear sleeves consists of a series of steps to remove any surface imperfections and improve the smoothness and precision of the gear sleeve surface. The polishing process of transmission gear sleeves is a critical step in ensuring the best performance and service life of the gears. It takes skill and precision to achieve a smooth and accurate finish, and proper equipment and technique should be used to ensure the best results.

How to operate to achieve the effect we want?

Cleaning: Thoroughly clean the gear sleeve with a degreaser or solvent to remove any dirt, oil, or other contaminants from the surface.

Rough Blasting: A rough buffing tool, such as a grinding wheel or belt, is used to remove any rough spots, burrs, or other surface imperfections. This step is critical to ensuring a smooth surface and an even finish.

Fine polishing: After rough polishing, use finer polishing tools, such as buffing wheels or polishing pads, to further refine the surface and improve its smoothness and gloss. Depending on the desired finish, different grades of abrasive material can be used.

Ultrasonic Cleaning: The gear sleeve is then ultrasonically cleaned again to remove any remaining debris or polishing residue.

Inspection: After polishing and cleaning, inspect the gear sleeve for any remaining blemishes or imperfections. Any remaining blemishes are then addressed with additional buffing or other surface treatments as needed.