Rosler’s TSA line of plunge finishers are designed to provide a high-gloss polish as well as aggressive deburring, grinding and radiusing on components with many contours or complex geometries. They also are suited for use on parts made from hard, difficult-to-machine alloys.
With increased grinding power over rotary vibrators, the TSA plunge finishers can eliminate impingement during processing and are well-suited for finishing gears, automotive wheels, engine and transmission parts, and profiling rollers. They offer variable speed control, vertical oscillation and eccentric orbital movement, and can be configured for robotic interface for easy loading and unloading.
The plunge finishers also feature heavy-duty construction and industrial grade motors, and include a work bowl lined with wear-resistant polyurethane for increased durability. Other features include a user-friendly, PLC-based control panel for programming essential operations; a media unload plug for quick and easy media changes; and dosing equipment for accurately managing 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.