9930 E 56th St.
Indianapolis, IN 46236 US
The Basics of Magnetic Workholding
Magnetic workholding has at least two significant advantages: setups are fast and no intrusive clamps are needed. Watch this video to learn more.
Deburring Machine for Small Precision Parts
The sPINner machine from Earth-Chain batch deburrs small precision parts manufactured on Swiss-type turning centers, lathes and machining centers in just a few minutes.
Small-Parts Deburring Machine For Nonferrous Metals
The sPINner machine from Earth-Chain uses magnetic pin action to deburr slots, blind holes and internal cavities that other media can’t reach. The machine is suited for small, precision parts made from nonferrous metals including aluminum, brass, copper, stainless steel and titanium.
The Spinner machine batch deburrs ferrous and nonferrous parts produced on Swiss-type screw machines and lathes. According to the company, it quickly and effectively batch-deburrs most small, precision parts produced for the medical, electronics and aerospace industries. The stainless steel pin media removes light burrs and micro-burrs without harming the part.
Attracted To A Better Way
Modular, magnetic workholding blocks have changed the way this shop approaches the machining of both large and small workpieces. The blocks’ portability allows them to be used on a variety of different machines. Their flexibility often eliminates the need to create custom fixtures.
Deburr Small Parts With Swarming Stainless Pins
This deburring system uses magnetism to excite small pins that remove light burrs from small, non-ferrous parts.