Vibratory Finishing Machines
What does it do? How can I use it? Why will it help me?
A vibratory finishing machine (also known as a vibratory tub or vibratory bowl) is a type of secondary process that cleans, deburrs, polishes, dries, or otherwise finishes a previously cut part. It differs from a vibratory tumbler in that the abrasive action happens due to the media added to the tub rather than due to the pieces rubbing against one another. It also differs from a barrel finishing machine in that rather than a rotating horizontal barrel turning the parts like a bingo ball, the whole tub pulses at once, cutting the whole load simultaneously.
Vibratory finishers are much faster than barrel finishers (though slower than centrifugal disc finishers) and can be operated on a stand-alone basis with no need for extra equipment. They are quieter than tumblers and can finish inside diameter surfaces that could not be reached by tumbler-style finishers. Because there is no tearing action or unequal application of force–because the whole machine moves as a unit–a vibratory finishing machine can handle any sort of part, from rough-cast steel to chinaware.
Suitable for polishing Aluminum, Copper, Aluminum alloy, iron Galvanized iron, zinc and magnesium alloy, Adopted arc-shaped body design, allows workpieces to move and turnover inside the barrel easily
Suitable for polishing long workpieces such as bicycle parts, forged items and vases.