Vibratory Finishing System Handles Delicate Die Castings – Modern Machine Shop

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While there are many changes to adopt when moving to five-axis, they all compliment the overall goal of better parts through less operations.
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Tool-toolholder-spindle-machine combinations each have a unique vibration response. We can measure the response by tap testing, but we can also model it.
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Muratec’s technology has marked turning points in automation, helping customers enhance competitive efficiencies across diverse industries.
Consider what types of implementation your shop prefers when deciding between workpiece-handling and pallet-handling automation solutions.
This new partnership will enable the automation of manual gaging processes, helping manufacturers eliminate bottlenecks and improve productivity.
This CNC enables EDMs to switch between G-code and an integrated CAM system to adapt to changing conditions and make lights-out manufacturing more attainable.
The company has integrated a platform that enables comprehensive digital integration in industrial settings, enabling for the connection of multiple devices and extensive data collection.
Moving to five-axis machining enabled this shop to dramatically reduce setup time and increase lights-out capacity, but success relied on the right combination of workholding and automation.
Across a range of technical presentations aimed at small and mid-sized job shops, the first-ever Automated Shop Conference (TASC) offered insights into several automated technologies, implementation strategies, shopfloor training tips, and even the untapped power of automated coolant delivery.
Automation is no longer a luxury in manufacturing today – it’s a necessity. The Automated Shop Conference (TASC) will connect job shops with experts who offer advice and considerations for this process.
The Automated Shop Conference (TASC) will give shops of all sizes and production volumes key insights and practical guidance on how to implement automation.
Looking to automate your shop floor? The Automated Shop Conference (TASC) will connect shops with experts who can advise them through this transition. 
Attend TASC, The Automated Shop Conference, in Novi, Mich on Oct. 11, 2023 for a comprehensive look into how to use automation to transform your machine shop.
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While there are many changes to adopt when moving to five-axis, they all compliment the overall goal of better parts through less operations.
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Measuring surface finish at the point of manufacture is often done by the same machinist who is manufacturing the part. They need tools that meet test requirements and are easy to use.
Consider what types of implementation your shop prefers when deciding between workpiece-handling and pallet-handling automation solutions.
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Tool-holder-spindle-machine combinations each have a unique dynamic response in the same way that each person has a unique fingerprint, which can be revealed using modal testing.
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In this episode of Made in the USA, several executives and senior staff at Hardinge give their first-person account of how they formulated the plan to shift the manufacturing of its milling and turning product lines from its Taiwan plant to its plant in Elmira, New York, the major challenges they encountered and the rewards that made it worth the effort.
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Legacy Precision Molds takes us on a tour of their moldbuilding facility. They've recently implemented two automated 5-axis cells for metal and graphite machining that run lights out during nights and weekends.
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Kovolis Hedvikov A.S. needed a flexible finishing process integrated into its existing production scheme. Rosler's continuous-feed vibratory system provided efficient finishing of large, delicate die castings.
The R 550/4600 DA continuous-feed finishing machine handles 30 different die castings with a maximum diameter of 12 inches.
The processing channel’s single-curve, U-shaped cross section is said to ensure optimum movement of the media and workpieces through the finishing machine.
To prevent damage to delicate workpieces during the separation cycle, the multi-deck vibratory screening unit contains two steps with minimal drop heights.
Kovolis Hedvikov was founded in 1816 as an ironworking operation. Since 1945, the company, located in Temošnice, Czech Republic, has focused solely on aluminum die casting, primarily for the automotive industry.
Kovolis produces components from nine different aluminum alloys ranging in weight from 7 ounces to 18 pounds via vacuum-investment casting and rheocasting. These components are produced for automotive OEMs and Tier-One suppliers for braking systems, power steering systems, turbo chargers and air-conditioning compressors. In addition to die casting, Kovolis provides machining, heat treatment and surface finishing services.
Recently, the company decided to replace its vibratory finishing system to better accommodate the different types of parts its customers were requesting. “Our product portfolio underwent a drastic change in the past years,” says Jiri Buzek, manager of Kovolis’ Foundry III. “The trend is going to larger and more delicate components, which require a vibratory finishing step after punch deburring. Our existing finishing system was not designed for this and had also reached the end of its productive service life.”
The new finishing system had to not only cope with larger workpieces, but also provide a gentler finishing process while maintaining high uptime and cost efficiency. In addition, it had to integrate into Kovolis’ current manufacturing process and fit within the available floor space, using an existing workpiece-loading device and hot-air belt drier.
Kovolis planning engineers decided to purchase a continuous-feed vibratory finishing system from Rosler, a German manufacturer of shot blasting and vibratory finishing equipment and consumables. “We decided to go with the Rosler system because it offers ample capacity, and Rosler met all our special technical requirements,” Mr. Buzek says. It was also important that Rosler could supply all the necessary finishing compounds and media.
The finishing system includes a Rosler R 550/4600 DA linear, continuous-feed machine with a usable length of 15 feet. The functions of the company’s existing workpiece loader and hot-air belt drier were integrated into the finishing system’s control. Kovolis uses this system to finish approximately 30 different workpieces with maximum diameters of 12 inches. That said, because the system can handle parts with diameters ranging to 16 inches, it offers the flexibility to accommodate larger components in the future. In addition, a different automatic workpiece loader can be easily integrated, should the company decide to do so.
Finishing cycle times range from 30 to 60 seconds, depending on the workpiece design. The system’s process channel features a single, U-shaped cross section to facilitate the movement of workpiece and media through the finishing machine. The RKM plastic media used is said to produce quality finishing results within a maximum processing time of eight minutes. Processing time can be adjusted by simply increasing the inclination of the machine’s processing bowl. Compared to systems with a separate vibratory discharge channel, this system is designed to move workpieces through the machine at a constant speed, preventing jams that could nick or deform the workpieces.
To prevent workpiece damage during the separation cycle, a multi-deck, vibratory screening unit with two steps and minimal drop heights is used. The undersized-media classification system is equipped with an adjustable bar screen to enable Kovolis to specify the dimensions of undersized media that are to be discharged. Because the finished die castings do not require a separate cleaning procedure for the removal of media fines from their surfaces, the separation unit is equipped with a spray-rinse station. After the workpieces have passed through the hot-air belt drier, they are delivered to packaging or machining.
In addition to the R 550/4600 DA, Kovolis purchased a Z 1000 automated centrifuge to clean the process water used by this new machine as well as the company’s existing rotary vibratory equipment. This unit offers a centrifugal force ranging to 2,000 G and removes solid particles larger than 2 microns from the process water. Sludge that can weigh as much as 66 pounds is automatically discharged from the rotating drum.
Unlike centrifugal systems that use a peeling knife that constantly rotates with the drum, the Z 1000 is equipped with a stationary peeling knife. During the peeling cycle, the knife moves via pneumatics to the inner wall of the slowly rotating drum and removes the sludge without placing any additional load on drum bearings. Upon completion of the peeling cycle, the inside of the drum is cleaned by a spray rinse system to prevent additional sludge deposits that could cause an imbalance resulting in premature wear of the drum bearings during subsequent peeling cycles.
“In the past, we cleaned our process water chemically or with a semi-automatic centrifuge,” Mr. Buzek explains. “This was highly labor intensive and costly. With respect to process-water cleaning, Rosler provided us again with the optimum solution. We are certain that with the new equipment, we will not only improve the quality of our finishing operation but, at the same time, will become more cost efficient.”
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