Standard Version
  • Automatic table height adjustment: 1 mm–75 mm
  • Digital thickness reading in mm
  • Throughput of 3–9 m/min frequency controlled
  • CE certified
  • Removal of vertical burrs from laser, die, and water jet cut parts
  • Flat parts and parts that can be placed flat
  • Stainless steel, steel, aluminium, copper, etc
  • Rough grinding of heavy-duty burrs and finishing in one pass on multi-attachment machines
  • Option of edge breaking/fine grinding with brush or disc
  • Optimum ease of use
  • Number of heads: 1-2
  • Head types: roller, disc and brush
  • Machine widths: 225 mm and 600 mm
  • 3,7 KW main drive motor
  • 1525 mm abrasive belt length
  • Manual abrasive belt tracking
  • 0-7,62 mm bed opening
  • Feed speed 3-9 m/min, frequency controlled
  • 80 mm diameter contact drum

The 12 series is available in 225 mm and 600 mm and is suitable for the deburring and finishing of small parts.

This dry working deburring machine has an abrasive belt, disc, or both and is suitable for deburring a large number of metals. If the machine is set up with a grinding belt and a rotating disc, the vertical burrs are removed by the grinding belt and the side burs are removed by the disc. The disc also ensures product edge rounding at the same time.

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