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Abrasive wheels are customized for robotic finishing cells
Mounted Points and Type 1 Abrasive Wheels
Finishing - Mounted Points and Type 1 Abrasive Wheels

Rex-Cut Products Inc.

Address:
960 Airport Rd.
Fall River, MA 02720

Phone:
508/678-1985

Fax:
508/677-4850

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February 2014 - A full line of cotton fiber mounted points and Type 1 abrasive wheels that are ideal for a wide range of robotic metal finishing and surface preparation applications is available from Rex-Cut Abrasives.

Rex-Cut Mounted Points and Type 1 Abrasive Wheels are made from multiple layers of nonwoven cotton fiber that are impregnated with aluminum oxide or silicon carbide abrasives, laminated, and then pressed and bonded together. Ideally suited for use in robotic applications, these cotton fiber abrasive products can be custom fabricated into different shapes, bonds, and grits to achieve specific metal finishing and surface preparation requirements.

Constantly revealing fresh abrasives as they work, Rex-Cut Mounted Points and Type 1 Abrasive Wheels provide controlled metal removal, will not change a part's geometry, run cool, and debur and finish in one-step. Points come in A, B, W, and special shapes and the Type 1 wheels can be made in varying thicknesses. Applications include deburring slots, holes, and vane edges as well as mechanically removing braze, flux, and residual surface oxides.

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