Rohmer + Stimpfig's successful course continues with series production of double spindlers for edging of flat glass

By the decision of starting series production of the known and well proven double spindlers, R + S have further improved their position in the world marked.

For edge processing, i.e. grinding and/or polishing your attention will be drawn to the internationally operating dynamic company in Fürth in any case. By their new drive units, intensive and unique cooling, as well as modular construction and user friendly handling, Rohmer + Stimpfig has been able to convince many new customers of their machine’s quality, capacity, life expectance and the overall service.

Of course, the development at R + S now does not stand still. So pressure-constant polishing has been extended by one special option which allows grinding and polishing of absolutely clean transitions at even very small radii, a new positioning table has been developed which does not allow any relative movement of the glass any more. Automatic trimming stations have been integrated for re-profiling of polishing wheels and sharpening of grinding wheels as well as many other points. Prepare yourself to tale potluck at the glasstec 2004.........

600450 Rohmer + Stimpfig's successful course continues with series production of double spindlers for edging of flat glass
Date: 15 April 2004
Source: Rohmer + Stimpfig

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