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linishing

[′lī·nə·shiŋ]
(metallurgy)
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Robots programmed with PowerMILL Robot are already used extensively in the automotive, aerospace, marine, rail and wind energy sectors for the manufacture of models, patterns, moulds and fixtures for component manufacture, for the trimming and drilling of composites, and for finish machining operations such as polishing, linishing and deburring.
I was the fist guy to develop the horizontal, wet band, linishing machine at the Warstone Lane factory," Bryan says with some pride.
Limited Tenders are invited for 1)"John Oakey" Make Ric Linishing Belt, Size: 1520 Mm X 50 Mm X 80 Grit.
On the linishing (metal finishing) side, we probably are a penny or two more expensive that others but on die-casting we are 15 to 20 per cent cheaper.
With PowerMILL Robot, robots can be programmed for tool-to-part applications, making them ideal for machining large parts, such as composite panels that need to be trimmed, or for part-to-tool applications, such as grinding or linishing.
Robots can be also be programmed for part-to-tool applications, such as grinding or linishing.
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