Dayton says its multifunctional edge-finishing machines from W. W. Grainger are powerful, easy-to-operate and capable of producing clean, accurate edges with maximum precision. The machines are designed for edge-finishing jobs such as chamfering, beveling and deburring on flats and squares of both ferrous and nonferrous metals, composites and plastics. They are also suited for fast, simple beveling of standard weld joints.
The #2KVZ6 model bench machine has a cast iron body with a hardened, ground back plate. It is designed for parts as thin as 3/16". The machine is equipped with 7" abrasive flap wheel, and the bevel angle is fixed at 45 degrees.
The #2KVZ7 model bench machine has an adjustable angle feature that allows the operator to vary the bevel angle from 15 to 45 degrees. The V-table is hardened and ground for increased life. This unit uses a 3" milling cutter with six standard, replaceable carbide inserts.
Although the #2KVZ8 model bench edge-grinding machine is designed for use on virtually all metals and composite materials, it is especially effective on tool steels and hardened parts, the company says. The bevel angle is fixed at 45 degrees. The table and back plate are hardened and ground for smooth feeding and increased life. This unit uses a special, cup-style grinding wheel.