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GRINDING MACHINES IMPROVE THE IMAGE OF FRESHLY CUT PARTS

02-08-2018
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Although the quality of both laser cut and punched parts has improved dramatically in recent years, these parts still don’t have perfect edges or completely unblemished surfaces.

Weber grinding machines available from Applied Machinery offer a solution to this problem with a range of machines that can grind, round, deburr and descale lasered, punched and nibbled parts, thereby providing perfect surfaces and edges.

Weber’s sophisticated brush system comprises multiple brush heads in various arrangements to provide perfect coverage across the full width of the machine.

“Manufacturers who want to get perfect edges and unblemished surfaces on the metal parts they produce and market, can now do this with a Weber grinding machine,” says Applied Machinery Marketing Manager, Daniel Fisher.

Applied Machinery offers three different Weber machines that cater to different quality requirements and market price points. Weber’s entry machine, the TTSC machine, is a compact model for deburring, rounding, descaling and surface grinding with a dry grinding procedure which provides good machining of punched and nibbled parts.

The TT deburring machine is Weber’s all-rounder, offering dry grinding that provides perfect results with the highest possible output. And Weber’s NLC model is a wet deburring machine that is specifically designed for surface grinding and for special high-quality material types.

“Applied Machinery is proud to have been appointed a distributor for Weber machines,” says Daniel Fisher. “We are confident that the product will appeal to manufacturers looking to take their quality to the next level and provide those manufacturers with a competitive advantage in the marketplace.”

Applied Machinery
03 9706 8066
www.appliedmachinery.com.au

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