Rosler’s R-SF line of mini-drag machines are well-suited to components ranging from propellers and golf clubs to artificial joints and dental implants. The efficient finishing machines provide increased grinding power while eliminating impingement between delicate components, the company says. They are said to provide quality finishes and precise, repeatable processes.
The machines feature hydraulically powered carousel assemblies, enabling vertical movement for versatile processing. They are equipped with as many as four rotating workstations, each with independent drives. A PLC-based control panel, a work bowl lined with wear-resistant polyurethane, a protective cabin with plexiglass doors and industrial-grade motors all are standard. A media unload port enables quick media changes, and dosing equipment accurately manages water and compounds.
Editor PickGardner Business Index: February 2017 — 55.7
The finishing industry expands for the second consecutive month, as the industry grew at its fastest rate since May 2012.