Exhibiting on stand 6-540 at the upcoming MACH 2024 exhibition, 15-19 April in Birmingham, Rösler UK will be showcasing some examples of its finishing solutions for 3D printed parts, a traditional mass finishing solution, and also its impressive RMBC Tumble Belt Blast Machine.

The RMBC Tumble Belt Blast Machine is an example of a shot blasting technology specifically designed for the foundry and forge industry, and used for de-sanding, de-scaling, de-rusting, deburring and creating homogeneous surface finishes.

Colin Spellacy, Head of Sales at Rösler UK says, “Rösler’s RMBC Tumble Belt Blast Machine allows for the effective shot blasting of work pieces that can tumble over each other without risk of damage. The machine can handle extremely small as well as large heavy workpieces very efficiently, and is perfect for cleaning difficult to reach surface areas. The machine is characterised by high process stability and consistent shot blasting results, the optimal design of the troughed belt creating an intensive tumbling and mixing effect. A rubber belt can be used for  gentle processing of delicate workpieces, and when heavy and robust work pieces are being finished, a steel slatted belt can be used. We recommend that visitors to MACH take the opportunity to look at this impressive and versatile shot blasting machine.”

The RMBC Tumble Belt Blast Machine is easy and safe to use, with the quick access to the load / unload area protected by a limit switch. It is an all purpose machine, and is fast with a powerful drive and high-performance dust extraction which guarantees short cycle times. It also exhibits good wear resistance, the blast chamber being made from manganese steel, and it’s compact, space saving design limits its footprint on the factory floor. In addition, the specially adapted work piece loading and unloading systems facilitate simple integration into existing manufacturing lines.

The machine also recycles and cleans the blast media through the use of a single stage, extra-wide air wash separator, and through the use of a vibratory conveyor which discharges large debris from the system. Blast media flow control to the turbine(s) can be by hand, automatic, or automatic with media flow monitoring. There is also the option of adding automatic blast media replenishment.

Spellacy continues, “It is only when you get up close to any of Rösler’s shot blasting and mass finishing machines that you see the quality, which is a product of the company’s over 80 year experience of providing finishing solutions across a range of industry sectors. Over our history we have amassed a huge amount of knowledge and expertise, but also, and importantly, Rösler is its family-owned business, which means we are all about focusing on what really matters — building solid, lasting relationships with clients by truly understanding and evolving with their needs rather than focusing on short term financial gains. This customer-first, quality-obsessed approach has made Rösler a go-to ally for anyone looking for unmatched finishing precision, reliability, and quality.”

Alongside the RMBC Tumble Belt Blast Machine, visitors to Rösler’s stand at MACH will also see the R220EC Rotary Vibrator which has an inbuilt separation system, is designed for processing batch parts, and is perfect for all metal finishing applications from deburring to polishing. Also on show, attendees will find two AM post processing technologies, the M1 Basic and the S1 Wet, examples of technologies designed specifically for the unique challenges associated with the finishing of 3D printed parts.

MACH 2024 visitors are invited to come and see Rösler’s traditional and AM finishing solutions on stand 6-540, and to discuss with the team how the company’s blend of advanced technical capabilities, extensive industry knowledge, and commitment to innovation can enhance their manufacturing endeavours.




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