For surface finishing, WEBER uses its GD grinding roller: A perfect surface finish and ideal deburring are achieved in a single operating sequence. The grinding pressure is generated by positioning the roller downwards below the zero level. When the roller approaches the workpieces, the rubber coating of the roller is pushed inwards. The restoring force of the roller is thus the grinding force. Grinding rollers are available with different diameters and rubber hardness and can be adapted to all parts to be ground.
According to today's standards, parts cut from thin sheets are not complete after just the cutting process. Increasingly parts are required to be free of burrs to prevent injuries, be provided with high-quality coating and have a perfect surface. WEBER solves this challenge with a series of different grinding technologies which can easily be combined with each other.
New materials and a new design frequently also require new production processes. The laser cut for example, in many cases has replaced the classic flame cut and plasma cut process. At the same time new requirements on the grinding technique were created. Over the intervening years WEBER has reacted on the increasing requirements by various innovations and tried to give a useful and efficient answer by offering the suitable grinding technique. One of the WEBER series will provide exactly that solution being suitable for your requirements.
We will be happy to advise you in order to find the optimal solution for you in the field of grinding technology - we are at your side even
with material-specific or individual applications.
Contact us. Together we will also develop your future solution.
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