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Treatment of targeted surface areas on high-value components

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Precision components sometimes have the most adventurous forms. However, they must still comply with the most exact criteria – how rough is the surface, how much does it shine, was it deburred? And this in the smallest of dimensions. Robots, such as those from the Rösler company, are suitable for precision work, which is what it is all about in January’s topic of the month: Treatment of targeted surface areas on high-value components.

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The NEWCAST team

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Monthly topic: Treatment of targeted surface areas on high-value components
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Topic of the Month

Treatment of targeted surface areas on high-value components

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In today’s manufacturing environment the quality standards for deburring, edge radiusing, surface grinding, surface smoothing and polishing of precision components is extremely high. Of course, a competitive market demands that these standards be met at the lowest possible costs. This balancing act between high quality and low costs can be easily achieved with Rösler’s innovative surf finishing technology.
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