The Centrifugal Disc Polishing Machine was originally […]
The Centrifugal Disc Polishing Machine was originally designed to achieve high efficiency. To achieve high-efficiency polishing, the key is to find the maximum polishing rate in order to remove the rough oxides and burrs on the surface of the blank workpiece as quickly as possible. Affecting the final observed organization, that is, it will not cause a fake organization.
The Centrifugal Disc Polishing Machine includes a disc-shaped table that can be controlled to rotate. The upper circumference of the table is provided with a plurality of processing stations for fixing the workpiece to be processed, and the working table is provided with a plurality of groups corresponding to the upper circumference of the processing station. The polishing mechanism includes a motor and a polishing wheel sleeved on the output shaft of the motor and is characterized in that a plurality of polishing wheels of the plurality of polishing mechanisms are polishing wheels of different polishing materials.
To quickly remove the rough oxides and burrs on the surface of the blank workpiece, coarser abrasives are required for rough polishing, but the damage layer on the surface of the workpiece is also deep after rough polishing; the finest material is used to obtain a smooth and bright surface. Fine polishing is performed to make the polishing damage layer shallower, but the polishing rate is low. The best way to solve this contradiction is to divide the polishing into three stages.
The purpose of roughing is to remove the polished damage layer. This stage should have a maximum polishing rate. The surface damage caused by rough polishing is a secondary consideration, but it should be as small as possible.
The second is the middle throw, the purpose is to initially remove the surface damage caused by the rough throw, because the polishing rate is low, only one time is used for a fine throw, and the time is not coordinated with the rough throw, so the middle throw is added.
Finally, the fine polishing, the surface of the workpiece thrown out has been relatively flat and bright, and after finishing the fine polishing, the surface can be very flat and bright.