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Rotary Vibrator Suitable for Orthopedic Implant Finishing

Rosler’s R 150 DL-2 rotary vibrator is designed to avoid part-on-part contact for processing orthopedic implants, achieved by mounting workpieces to a fixture inside of the work bowl.

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Rosler’s R 150 DL-2 rotary vibrator is designed to avoid part-on-part contact for processing orthopedic implants, achieved by mounting workpieces to a fixture inside of the work bowl. As a result, movement between the media and workpieces is much more intensive than workpieces moving loosely, enabling complex geometries to be reached.

The R 150 DL-2 can process a variety of orthopedic parts including hip femoral heads, acetabular cups, knee joints (femur and tibia), and shoulder and ankle joints. It is said to be ideal for deburring, edge radiusing, surface smoothing and high-gloss polishing. According to the company, surface roughness readings of 4 to 6 microinches Ra can be achieved.

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