Rotary Wheel Polishing Machines

Brand Name: Mass Polishing
Business Type: Manufacturer
Place of Origin: Zhejiang, China
Certificates: CE
Applicable Industry: Home Use, Manufacturing Plant
Model Number: RW Series
Power Supply: Customized
Packing Details: Fumigated Wooden Case
After-sales Service: Video Technical Support, Spare Parts Support
Payment Method: T/T
Delivery Time: 7 Days (Have in Stock) 
  15-25 Days (Out of Stock)
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  • For Large and Heavy Component Finishing -- Rotary Wheel Polishing Machines

    Rotary Wheel Polishing Machines are a type of finishing machine that is used to deburr, edge radius, surface grind, and polish large and heavy components in the automotive and aerospace industries, as well as for special industrial finishing applications. By combining the motions, Rotary Wheel Polishing Machines are able to produce optimal finishing results. To ensure homogeneous mixing of the processing media, a vibratory motor is mounted to the work bowl. This motor also helps to discharge undersized media and facilitate the immersion of the workpiece into the mix of processing media. Rotary Wheel Polishing Machines can be customized with various options.

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  • Features

    > designed to handle large and heavy components

    > Automation

    >Used for a variety of finishing applications

    > can be customized with various options

  • Technical Data

    Model RW 700
    Machine L*W*H (mm/inch) 1420*980*2300 / 55.9*38.6*90.6
    Chamber Diameter (mm/inch) 700 / 27.6
    Chamber Depth (mm/inch) 450 / 17.7
    Media Capacity (kgs/lbs) 200 / 440.9
    Rotary Motor Power (kW) 1.1
    Vibration Power (kW) 0.75*2
    Wheel Size (inch) 12" - 25"
    Machine Weight (kgs/lbs) 550 / 1212.5


  • Options



    >Control panels


    Multi-faceted manufacturing processes


    Mechanical Design

    CAD Drawing Planning

    CNC Machining

    The journey begins with the creative minds at Mass Polishing conceptualizing and refining the mechanical design of their rotary wheel polishing machines. Through years of expertise and industry knowledge, their engineers meticulously craft designs that optimize functionality, durability, and efficiency.

    Once the mechanical design is finalized, Mass Polishing's team of skilled CAD designers transforms the concept into precise and detailed 3D computer-aided design (CAD) drawings. These drawings serve as the blueprint for every component, ensuring accurate manufacturing and assembly processes.

    With the CAD drawings in hand, the manufacturing process shifts gears to Mass Polishing's state-of-the-art CNC (Computer Numerical Control) machining center. This cutting-edge technology enables the precise fabrication of intricate parts and components with unparalleled accuracy, consistency, and repeatability.

    laser cutting

    PU Casting

    Electric Control Box

    Mass Polishing harnesses the power of laser cutting to shape and refine various metal components. By utilizing high-powered lasers, they achieve clean and precise cuts, resulting in components that seamlessly integrate into the overall machine structure.

    To enhance the performance and durability of their machines, Mass Polishing employs polyurethane (PU) casting techniques. This process involves pouring liquid PU material into molds, which, when cured, form robust and wear-resistant parts. The PU casting method ensures optimal noise reduction, extended machine lifespan, and superior finishing results. An integral aspect of every rotary wheel polishing machine, the electric control box is meticulously assembled and wired by Mass Polishing's skilled technicians. The control box houses advanced electronic components, allowing for precise control and customization of the machine's parameters, such as speed, time, and vibration intensity of the finishing bowl.


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