Rösler’s Mini Drag Machines Include Unload Port

These machines are engineered with hydraulically powered carousel assemblies that enable vertical movement.

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Rösler, Mini Drag machines

Rösler Metal Finishing’s line of Mini Drag machines are designed for precise, repeatable processes for a range of components, from decorative components to medical implants. Designed to decrease grinding power and eliminate impingement between delicate components, these machines are engineered with four rotating work stations with independent drives and hydraulically powered carousel assemblies that enable vertical movement. With a PLC-based control panel for programming all of the essential operations, the machines also include a media unload port for quick media changes and dosing equipment for accurate water and compound management.

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