This Twin Belt Grinding Machine, better known as a Stroke Sander, is built for the roughing and finishing on welded edges and corners, flat surfaces of steel, stainless steel, and aluminum, i.e. doors, frames, cabinets, housings, hoods, furniture parts, frame parts in automotive and aircraft are typical applications.
Any business that wants to do well focuses on continuous product improvement, and AM Machinery Sales – and our partners at Loewer deburring machines – are no exception.
That’s why we’ve upgraded the user interface to the Loewer DiscMaster line of metal finishing machines.
The new and improved control panel has two key features to make things easier for the end user: a new digital readout for tool positioning, and a tool change button.
In this week’s blog post, we’re giving the floor to AM Machinery Sales President Tony McCue for another video blog on the cost savings that come from disc sanding.
“The old way is an expensive way to build a piece of equipment,” Tony says in this clip.
The end of 2017 is here, and before we head into 2018 with new blog topics, we thought we’d look backwards.
This was our blog’s first year, so we’re highlighting some of the posts that resonated the most with our readers. Here are the top three best blogs:
Sheet metal cutting and punching technology has made significant leaps in the last 50 years. But why hasn’t traditional abrasive finishing equipment been a part of that revolution?
In today’s blog post we’d like to talk about the new rotary orbital finishing disc system accessory head from Loewer.
This new device allows users to do the work of a palm sander in situations where a palm sander would not be efficient. It creates a finish very similar to a DA pattern onto sheet metal.
For years, customer have been asking us for a machine that can produce a finish like a palm sander in a through-feed machine.