Guyson Corp.’s Model RB-RSSA-8 seven-axis robotic grit-blast machine is configured for precision roughening of component surfaces in a production thermal spray coating cell.
Guyson Corp.'s Model RB-72 is an extended-height robotic blast machine with a 72 × 72-inch work envelope and pressure-blast media delivery for precision surface preparation applications in the aerospace industry, including composite structures.The Model RB-72 uses a Fanuc M-20iA robot as a blast nozzle manipulator.
Guyson Corp.’s RB-9 robotic blast system is specially adapted for glass bead peening in NADCAP-compliant manufacturing and overhaul operations that must perform the surface enhancement process according to AMS 2432 peening specifications, including peening of stage-one titanium fan blades.
The RX-800-RB blast system from Guyson Corp. is designed to rapidly process fragile automotive electronic parts that require a precise degree of impact treatment on one side.
Guyson Corp.’s Model RB-600 robotic blast system is designed for single-piece-flow processing of precision components and is available with special adaptations for shot peening or surface preparation of turbine buckets and blades.
Guyson Corp.’s seven-axis, direct-pressure blast machine features a 30 × 40 × 30-inch work envelope and a small overall footprint for lean, cell-based component processing.
Guyson Corp.’s Model 7 shot blasting system features two operator work stations that enables either two users to blast simultaneously or a single user to change positions and conveniently reach all aspects of a component.
The oscillator included in Guyson Corp.’s TR-900 through-belt conveyor blast system is designed to provide reciprocating motion of the blast guns, reduce the number of nozzles required for uniform coverage and decrease compressed air requirements.
Guyson Corp.’s GWB-702T rotary table wheel-blast system features one blast wheel over each half of a 4,000-lb. capacity, 70-inch diameter turntable.
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Guyson Corp.’s seven-axis grit-blasting machine is designed to produce a specified surface roughness with greater consistency than manual or multiple-gun blasting methods.
Guyson Corp. has introduced a rotary blast system with a cam indexer that is sufficiently accurate to interface with a robotic loader, enabling unmanned operation of the automated blasting machine.
Guyson Corp. has introduced a robotic shot peening system that changes blast heads to automatically perform multiple peening operations without manual adjustments or other human intervention.
Guyson Corp.’s Model RB-9 robotic grit-blasting system is designed to enable consistent production of a specified finish on a wide variety of complex-shaped components for precision and flexibility in critical surface preparation work.
Guyson Corp’s new robotic gritblasting system is designed to enable consistent production of a specified finish on a wide variety of complex-shaped components.
Guyson Corp. has introduced a pressure-blast version of its Model T-50 tumble-blast system that offers advantages for certain challenging batch processing applications.
Guyson Corp. has expanded its application engineering test laboratory to include rotary basket and multi-stage conveyor washers for cleaning trials, the company says.
Guyson Corp. custom builds work cell tunnel washers based on modular engineering designs that enable washing, rinsing and drying stages to be daisy-chained in various configurations, according to the cleaning process requirements of the individual customer.
Guyson Corp. expands its line of automated blasting systems with a new small-footprint model designed to meet the special requirements of cell-based production.
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The Model 10/P cabinet blast system with direct-pressure media delivery and a high-performance media reclaimer is said to increase productivity in blast cleaning and surface preparation applications that require an expanded finishing enclosure.
Guyson has introduced a cartridge-type dust collector that has sufficient capacity for large manual blast cabinets with direct pressure media delivery.
Guyson Corp. now offers its Orbit 1000 Model rotary cleaning system with touch-screen controls, a 1,000-pound capacity turntable and powered opening and closing of the wash chamber cover.
Designed for gritblast surface preparation of large aircraft engine components, the SP-12 blast cabinet has a work envelope of 6 × 6 × 6 ft.
An automated rotary blast system is available for the removal of scale and flux residues from brazed components.The bead blasting process facilitates quality inspection and ensures that no surface deposits are later released into the final assembled product, according to Guyson.
Guyson Corp. has designed and built a work cell automated blasting system that is extended in height to allow processing of long components that must be presented to the blast in an upright position.
Twin spindle RSSA-6 pressure-blast system is designed with two vertically traversing nozzles for surface preparation of the inside diameters of two hollow cylindrical components per cycle.
Model RC-800 roller conveyor blast system is designed for surface preparation or finishing work on long, sectioned materials such as extruded profiles, rod, bar or tube.
Robotic Blast systems enable precise and repeatable surface treatment by turnkey integration of a servomotor-driven rotary table blast machine with a six-axis robot nozzle manipulator.
Model GWB-702L rotary table blast cleaning system has two 10 hp direct drive turbines that project more than 400 pounds of cleaning media per minute onto the work.
Model RXS-900 rotary indexing spindle-blast system enables rapid 360-degree impact finishing of components.
Model 6-AH blast cabinet has a motorized lift mechanism that allows individual operators to adjust its height to the most comfortable position.
Model RSSA-6 single spindle blast system is designed for workcell surface treatment operations that require a consistent automated blasting process.
To grasp the potential of automated blasting for cost reduction and quality improvement, it is necessary to understand how the work is done and the mechanics of blast particles impacting surfaces...
The Model RX-400 rotary indexing finishing system present on or more fixtured components to the blast from multi-adjustable nozzles at a single blast station.
The model SPRXS-900 is an indexing rotary spindle blast system that facilitates overall descaling, surface preparation and cosmetic finishing of components.
Model RSSA-6M rotary spindle-blast system is adapted for semi-automatic or manual operation in aggressive surface modification work such as etching, texturing and prolifing.
The RXS-800 is a mid-size rotary indexing table blast system with four ball bearing spindles equally spaced around the circumference of its 36-inch diameter table.
The company has developed a sub-compact rotary spindle blast system for automated surface treatment in single-piece flow manufacturing.
Brochure features company's turbine-blast systems and ustom-engineered multiblast automatics.
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Guyson is a designer and builder of blast cabinets, automated blasting systems and work cell parts washing equipment. Manufacturers and finishers have benefited from Guyson's in-depth applications experience since 1938. Problem-solving work on your project is supported by evaluation and trials in the fully equipped engineering test laboratory at Guyson's modern 80,000 sq. ft. plant in Saratoga Springs, NY. Beginning with selection of the best blast media or aqueous solutions to produce the results you want and capturing data on vital process parameters, we recommend suitable component handling methods and processing equipment to meet your production and surface condition requirements. Our original customer-centered method, an enormous range of field-proven designs, our integrated CAD system, and hundreds of pre-engineered adaptations are Guyson resources that assure you of an efficient solution and successful results. Count on Guyson for innovative engineering and superb quality in all the details, including ongoing service.
Guyson Corporation, part of the Guyson International group of companies, was founded in 1975, and its engineering and manufacturing operations, including our contract finishing job, employ 50 people in Saratoga Springs. It takes many different talents to make Guyson the place “Where Quality Comes to the Surface.”
Every member of the Guyson factory team contributes to each machine we build and participates in our quality management system.
We measure our success as designers and builders of custom-engineered machinery by the satisfaction of our customers and the pride they take in owning a Guyson blast system made in the U.S.A.