Production Machining

MAR 2018

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COMPACT BURNISHING TOOLS DESIGNED FOR MULTI-SPINDLE AUTOMATIC & SWISS TYPE MACHINES OD Tools Universal Burnishing Tools UBT-B2 UBT-T4 ID Tools Micro Roller Burnishing Tools Thru & Bottoming Style From 0.187 - 0.501 inch | 4.75 - 12.73mm From 0.054 - 0.254 inch | 1.37 - 6.45mm For Burnishing outside diameters, faces & large inside diameters Turning Holder Style For Burnishing outside diameters visit cogsdill.com call 803 438 4000 ©2018 PO BOX 7007 CAMDEN, SC 29021-7007 THE LEADER IN HOLE FINISHING SOLUTIONS PRODUCTS productionmachining.com :: 51 Cabinet Oven Dries Precision Parts in Baskets Grieve Corp.'s No. 923 is an electrically-heated, 500°F Class 100 cleanroom cabinet oven used for drying precision parts in baskets. Workspace dimensions measure 36"W × 36"D × 51"H. 30-kW power installed in Incoloy-sheathed tubular heating elements and a 1,500-cfm, 2-hp recirculating blower provide heated horizontal airflow to the workload. According to the company, this cleanroom oven features an aluminized steel exterior finished with white epoxy paint, #4 brushed finish stainless steel door cover and control panel face, Type 304, 2B finish stainless steel interior with continuously back- welded seams and 4" thick insulated walls. Double front doors with positive latching door hardware are also included. No. 923 has two 30" × 24" × 6" thick stainless steel high- temperature HEPA recirculating filters and removable ductwork to expose the filters for inspection and replacement. Controls on this Class 100 cleanroom cabinet oven include a digital indicating temperature controller, manual reset excess temperature control- ler with separate contactors, recirculating blower airflow safety switch and solid-state contactors. :: The Grieve Corp. 847-546-8225, grievecorp.com

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