Alloy Wheel polishing has been significantly improved by optimising both the processing times and final results. These improvements have been achieved by mounting two motors on the process bowl, providing a stronger and uniform circulation of the grinding and polishing media.
Conventional machines have only a single motor in the centre and on more complex designed alloy wheels, additional machine inertia is desirable.
At the start of the finishing process, the work pieces are bolted into the vibratory processing bowl. This secure connection ensures that the processing media reaches the smallest cavities in the work pieces without lodgment. Furthermore, it facilitates an intensive “rubbing” action between media and work pieces resulting in a highly-effective processing and achievement rate.
As an option, this machine can be equipped with a pneumatic valve lifting device. This allows the vibratory media to automatically exit the machine, which greatly facilitates the work piece handling.
Applications of R 150/2 DL vibratory system:
- Hydraulic pump housings
- Rotationally symetrical components
Step 1: Cutdown (heavy grinding)
Step 2: Smoothing (fine grinding)
Step 3: Polishing (high gloss finish)
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