High Energy / Centrifugal Disc Machines
M2 - FOR SERIES PRODUCTION
Besides their comfortable and simple operation M2 systems distinguish themselves through their high productivity for surface finishing of 3D printed metallic and plastic components. Thanks to their automatic operation and high adaptability to different applications, the M2 machines are ideal for processing large work piece volumes with absolutely repeatable quality. The high energy of the applied centrifugal force allows a higher material removal rate, which is a particular advantage, whenever metallic components must be processed.
CENTRIFUGAL DISC MACHINE
The Rosler FKS High Energy Centrifugal Disc technology was developed with one goal: Providing the most efficient cycle times, lot to lot integrity with the maximum control of process parameters to ensure optimum surface requirements are met; batch after batch.
This series is the compact version that is used both with or without external separation equipment, in the modular system. Both part against part machining or single part treatment with direct work piece removal from the work container are possible, in addition to the use of an additional screening machine. The modular system is well suited for individual machining tasks. Even difficult separating tasks can be solved with a screening machine that is decoupled from the high energy disc system.
These series link the machining unit directly to the work piece separation device. This makes the system particularly user friendly. The processing media remain within the system after being separated from the work pieces. The combined working-separating unit swivels back, motor-driven, into the working position after the separating process and the processing medium thereby returns to the working container – ready for the next charge.
FKS-A2 SERIES (PRO LINE)
Pro line high energy disc systems are designed according to the 2-charge system developed by Rösler. The 2-charge technology automatically offers simultaneous machining and separating in the best quality. Part mixing from charge to charge can be nearly completely ruled out.
In coin processing, Rösler has been one of the global market leaders for many years, and its well-founded know-how has formed the basis for ground-breaking developments in process and mechanical engineering - be it the cleaning of regular issue coin planchets following the annealing process or the pre- and post-treatment of galvanised coin blanks.