The Vibratory Polishing Machine is relatively simple […]
The Vibratory Polishing Machine is relatively simple to operate, simply place the workpiece on the appropriate fixture and secure the fixture to the table. Then start it and set the polishing work time. When the time is up, the polishing machine will stop automatically, and then the object can be removed from the workbench. Before polishing, you need to adjust the distance between the polishing head and the work surface. In order to achieve the best contact results, throw the best results.
Manual waxing can be used during polishing to reduce machine manufacturing costs. The polishing machine consists of basic components such as base, throwing a disc, polishing fabric, polishing cover and cover. The motor is fixed to the base, and the taper sleeve for fixing the polishing disc is connected to the motor shaft by screws. The polishing fabric is fastened to the polishing disk by a ferrule, and after the motor is turned on by the switch on the base, the sample can be manually pressed to polish on the rotating polishing disk. The polishing liquid added during the polishing process can be poured into the square plate placed beside the polishing machine through a drain pipe in a plastic tray fixed to the base. The polishing cover and cover prevent dirt and other debris from falling on the polishing fabric when the machine is not in use, which affects the use effect.
The key to the operation of the polisher is to try to get the maximum polishing rate in order to remove the damage layer from the polishing as quickly as possible. At the same time, the polishing damage layer will not affect the final observed tissue, ie, it will not cause false tissue. The former requires the use of coarser abrasives to ensure a larger polishing rate to remove the polished damage layer, but the polished damage layer is also deeper; the latter requires the use of the finest material to make the polished damage layer shallower but polished The rate is low. The best way to solve this contradiction is to divide the polishing into two stages: rough throwing and fine throwing.
The purpose of rough polishing 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. Secondly, fine polishing (or final polishing). The purpose is to remove surface damage from rough polishing and minimize polishing damage.