Vibratory finishing equipment is used to finish metal parts that have been processed through another process. This process can help prevent corrosion and improve parts handling. There are a variety of methods available, including a spin basket, a conveyor belt, and a drying unit filled with ground corncobs. Multi-pass vibratory bowls are also available, and they can perform a variety of finishing processes at once. They are ideal for achieving uniformity, minimizing floor space, and offering controlled cycle times. The Roto-Max(r) line of high-energy vibratory finishing machines can produce an energy level of up to 15 times higher than conventional vibratory finishing equipment.
Vibratory Finishing Machine
Overhead drive tub vibratory finishers have a processing capacity ranging from five to seventy cubic feet. These machines offer ease of maintenance due to the patented overhead drive system. The vibratory energy generated from these machines is unmatched, and they are well-suited for small to medium-sized finishing operations.
Tub style vibratory finishing equipment is an excellent option for deburring and burnishing parts, as well as for generating a pre-plate finish. This equipment can run continuously or in batch operations, depending on the needs of the user. The tub cross-section design of these machines maximizes the finishing action. They can also be used for through-feed processing.
Vibratory finishing equipment creates smooth surfaces with a high gloss. Its applications vary from intensive deburring to edge radiusing to pre-plate surface finishes. They are also useful for polishing, rust removal, and other tasks.