MECHANICAL FINISH: Rosler’s new mini-drag eliminates impingement

Rosler announces their new R-SF line of efficient mini-drag machines.

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Rosler announces their new R-SF line of efficient mini-drag machines. The company says the units provide a superior finishes and precise, repeatable processes suited for a wide range of components from propellers and golf-clubs to artificial joints and dental implants. Rosler says their new mini-drag machines provide 40x the grinding power of rotary vibrators, yet eliminates impingement between delicate components. These machines include hydraulically powered carousel assemblies allowing vertical movement for versatile processing and are also equipped with up to four rotating work stations each with independent drives. Featuring heavy-duty construction, protective cabin with plexi-glass doors, and industrial grade motors, Rosler says their R-SF machines include a work bowl lined with highly wear-resistant polyurethane for years of durable service. Each R-SF mini-drag finisher comes with a user-friendly PLC-based control panel for programming all essential operations. Other convenient features include a media unload port for quick and easy media changes as well as dosing equipment for accurately managing water and compounds. For more information, please visit

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