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nating stress cracking, surface damage and the need for mechanical knockout or shot-blasting. Additionally, Te Model G20 Gator Abrasive


Wheel Cut-Off Machine addressed the issue of safety in one of the more accident-prone operations in a metalcasting facility. Using remote joystick controls, the operator can be at a distance during cutting, mean- ing it is not necessary for an employee to hold on to the tree or direct the cutting wheel by hand. “Safety has always been our first priority,” said


Tebbe. “And of course the customer benefit of this technology includes precise cutting, productivity and ergonomics.” Te Gator’s five-axis abrasive wheel cut-off ma-


chine features a clamp that can hold castings by mim- icking the motions required to cut gating. Te clamp can rotate manually 360 degrees via the machine’s steering wheel and pivots 180 degrees to the left or right. Te abrasive wheel arbor raises and lowers for wheel height adjustment. Also, to increase accuracy, a laser guide line option can show the operator exactly where the cut will occur. 


DP Cast公司已安装了完全升级的结合了清理操作的 清理和精整工部。一体化的喷水式系统可以使DP Cast 公司提高效率和产能,同时不会发生应力断裂、表面损 坏,无需进行力学分离或喷丸处理。 此外,G20型号的Gator砂轮切割机解决了铸造厂较 易出事故的操作中的安全问题。操作员使用远程操纵杆 可以在较远的距离进行切割,也就是说,操作员不需要 手持铸件或直接用手操纵砂轮。 “安全始终是我们的首要任务,”Tebbe说:“当 然,这项技术给客户带来的利益包括精密的切割、生产 力提高以及工效学。” Gator系列的五轴耐磨砂轮切割机有一个夹钳,可 以通过模拟切割冒口所需的运动夹持铸件。夹钳可以 通过设备的转向盘360度手动旋转,并围绕支点向左向 右180度旋转。耐磨砂轮柄随着砂轮的高度而升高或降 低。而且,为了增强精确度,还可以用激光引导线帮助 操作员精确定位切割位置。 


The Gator cut-off machine can be remotely controlled to improve worker safety.


Gator砂轮切割机可以远程控制,从而提高工人的安全性。 December 2015 FOUNDRY-PLANET.COM | MODERN CASTING | CHINA FOUNDRY ASSOCIATION | 71


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