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Rösler revealing 'plug and play' capabilities at Advanced Engineering

Posted 1 October 2018 · Add Comment

Rösler will be revealing its 'plug and play' RMO trough machine at the Advanced Engineering Show (31 October-1 November) at Birmingham's NEC, highlighting how this compact, mobile and versatile unit can be used for finishing both plastic and metal parts, including AM/3D printed parts.

Rösler offers a new dimension of batch and single item production with the introduction of the RMO.  Equipped with a 220 V single-phase connection enabling it to be easily placed at the side of the manufacturing machine and with its 3000 RPM motor, is capable of offering short process times with a high grinding effect.  

The trough can be easily divided by fitting a series of polyurethane coated plates for the contact-free treatment of sensitive components.

Also, by using the dividers, parts of different sizes can be deburred, surface improved and even ball burnished by using different media in the specific compartments.  

Also, the machine is offered complete with noise insulation and integrated long life water/compound supply of 18 litres.

This is truly a versatile, mobile machine capable of  smoothing, radiusing and/or polishing AM/3D printed parts.

Rösler is well established in the field of shot blasting and mass finishing, offering surface finishing technology for aerospace and other industries, with Rösler UK based at Knowsley Business Park in Merseyside.


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