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linishing

[′lī·nə·shiŋ]
(metallurgy)
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He added that the machines have also improved the working environment: the friction deburrer is a fully enclosed unit with built-in extraction, eliminating potential respiratory issues; while the belt linishing machine also features an attached extraction unit for improved operator safety.
Robots can be also be programmed for part-to-tool applications, such as grinding or linishing.
See how you can reduce the number of finishing operations and the number of and variety of linishing and polishing steps on your implants.
Potential applications where robots could be used include sculpting stone and wood, machining of foam and resin models, and trimming, deburring, linishing and grinding of a range of materials.
Robots can also be programmed for part-to-tool applications, such as grinding or linishing.
Contract Awarded for linishing of recovery lugs, rear and front
For example, it is used for cooling or heating, capturing overspray particles in water-backed spray booths and as a suspension medium for operations such linishing, de-burring and polishing with abrasion media.
Robotic cells with SHL belt linishing, fettleing & grinding polishing machines and automation.
Linishing belts made of emery cloth have traditionally been used for deburring and polishing components by hand.
A total of two Polytex L22 units and five small Dustand units serving individual work stations were ordered to handle cobalt chrome dust created in linishing and polishing parts for Finsbury's range of advanced joint replacement products.