this paper aims to improve the surface integrity and surface homogeneity with various trajectories by a newly self-designed experiment device. In the experiments, three kinds of polishing trajectories were studied with attached revolution motion to magnetic abrasive brush (MAB) based on conventional magnetic abrasive finishing (MAF) process. The surface roughness, the cross-sectional shape, and the 3D micro-morphology were chosen as the response variables to explore the feasibility and benefits of the proposed improving polishing method. The results show that the plane homogeneity and surface quality improved in varying degrees after improving the polishing trajectory. In addition, combining MAF theory to analyze related reasons, the trajectory expression of the magnetic abrasive particles (MAPs) was established and was simulated by Graph software. The theoretical analysis is consistent with the experimental results which indicated that analysis of polishing trajectory can be used to predict polishing results. Thus, it is feasible to plan polishing trajectory reasonable according to workpiece profile and surface quality requirements.