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4/9/2009

Deburring System Features Return-To-Operator System

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 The company has expanded its Tri-Ten planetary head deburring system to include a return-to-operator (RTO) configuration. The series is designed to deburr both sides of a part in a single pass. Parts are loaded at one end and a magnetic conveyor passes them through an offset planetary deburring head where three fiber abrasive brushes deburr the upward-facing surface.

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The company has expanded its Tri-Ten planetary head deburring system to include a return-to-operator (RTO) configuration. The series is designed to deburr both sides of a part in a single pass.

Parts are loaded at one end and a magnetic conveyor passes them through an offset planetary deburring head where three fiber abrasive brushes deburr the upward-facing surface. The conveyor then carries the part to a mechanism that flips it onto a parallel, magnetized conveyor that transports it back through the planetary head and deposits it at an opening next to the entrance.

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