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Grinding Wheels Feature Unique Combination of Fillers, Bonding Agents
Norton Saint-Gobain showcases the Norton Quantum3 (NQ3) featuring a tougher bond system with a unique combination of fillers and bonding agents.
New Product Published: 9/20/2016
Trugrit Blastroom Minimizes Blasting Costs
The TruGrit blastroom from Blastechnik is a reliable, productive steel-grit blastroom engineered to minimize blasting costs.
New Product Published: 9/13/2016
New Norton Century45 Centerless Grinding Wheels Dramatically Increase Wheel Life
Norton Century45 centerless bond platform features an exclusive chemistry that the company says greatly improves grain retention in the wheel.
New Product Published: 6/6/2016
Guyson Grit Blaster Batch Processes Gas Turbine Blades
The system is designed with a segmented polyurethane-coated basket to prevent part-on-part impingement and masking.
New Product Published: 5/23/2016
Washington Mills’ Media Matches Finishing Requirements
The media is designed to match exact finishing requirements and is available in a number of different sizes.
New Product Published: 5/1/2016
Norton Grinding Wheels Deliver Uniform Abrasive Distribution
These wheels are designed with iron-, sulfur- and chlorine-free resin technology to provide uniform abrasive distribution, faster grinding and longer wheel life.
New Product Published: 5/1/2016
Specialty Plastics Filtration Systems Provide Corrosion Resistance
These systems have a standard filtration area of up to 430 ft2 and a filter gage of 0.2 to 100 microns.
New Product Published: 5/1/2016
Rösler’s Mini Drag Machines Include Unload Port
These machines are engineered with hydraulically powered carousel assemblies that enable vertical movement.
New Product Published: 4/1/2016
Rӧsler’s Surf Machine Finishes Complex Geometries
The machine is designed to improve the cost efficiency, stability and repeatability of surface finishing processes for highly valuable and complex components.
New Product Published: 3/22/2016
Guyson Corp.’s Blast System Uses Robotic Motion
The system is designed with a turntable inside the blast enclosure that is servomotor-driven and controlled as a seventh axis of robotic motion.
New Product Published: 3/1/2016

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