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Comco, Inc.

2151 N. Lincoln St., Burbank, CA, 91504, US

  • 818-841-5500
  • 800-796-6626

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April Harter
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Phone: 805-498-8718 ext 100
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Comco, Inc.

Machinery & Machining Tools

Microblasting Console includes built-in silencers.

June 29, 2011

Comprised of freestanding workstation and dust collection unit with HEPA filter, ProCenter Plus utilizes advanced downdraft technology and is compatible with any Comco micro-abrasive blaster. Spent abrasive is swiftly evacuated from chamber to keep work area clean. To eliminate need for frequent cleanings, system can handle ample amounts of spent abrasive in its storage hopper without affecting performance. ESD control and magnifier are optional. Read More

Machinery & Machining Tools

Automated Lathe delivers precise delineation.

October 29, 2010

In addition to preventing overblasting, LA3250 Advanced Lathe eliminates need for masking of parts during micro abrasive blasting for manufacturers in medical, dental, aerospace, precision machining, and electronic industries. It can be configured with multiple spindles and smart tooling, which ensures proper blast head and part tooling are installed to match blast routine selected. Programming controls all aspects of process, promoting part-to-part consistency. Read More

Machinery & Machining Tools

Micro-Abrasive Blaster deburrs/cleans/textures small parts.

February 13, 2008

Environmentally friendly AccuFlo(TM) utilizes Simoom(TM) Technology, which mixes air and abrasive for optimal flow consistency. This results in tight control over volume of powder flowing through machine. System also incorporates ergonomic handpiece and media tank with clear top that facilitates powder level checking. LCD counters keep track of blast cycles and hours of use, and open design with color-coded air lines and connectors facilitate regular maintenance. Read More

Machinery & Machining Tools

Blasting Nozzle handles wire stripping applications.

November 21, 2007

Ring Nozzle focuses multiple streams of abrasive by spreading abrasive flow uniformly over circular cross section, eliminating need for rotation of part as required in single nozzle setups. Powered by DirectFlo(TM) or PowerFlo® micro-abrasive blasting machines, it can be integrated into existing Comco micro-abrasive blasting system, or can be mounted to Comco WorkStation with accessory kit. Interchangeable guide tubes enable unit to be used on range of wire sizes. Read More

Health, Medical and Dental Supplies & Equipment, Machinery & Machining Tools

Micro-Abrasive Lathe uses interchangeable nozzle arrays.

November 20, 2002

Automated SP1200 Micro-Abrading Lathe incorporates DirectFlo micro-abrasive blaster and self-contained WorkStation. System delivers stream of abrasive in programmable pattern for repeatability and control. Capable of utilizing intelligent tooling, lathe spindle can be programmed to operate in step or indexed motions as well as in continuous rotation. X Theta controlled nozzle blast position is programmable for point blasting, regional texturing, or blasting in helical path. Read More

Machinery & Machining Tools

Micro-Abrasive Blaster prepares surfaces on turbines.

August 23, 2002

MicroBlaster removes material and performs exacting surface preparation on difficult to reach surfaces. It can be used with 25 or 50 micron abrasive media to blast air foils and reach down into 40 to 100 radial cooling holes of air foil. Micro-abrasive blasting removes oxide layer, and finely textures surface to further enhance chemical cleaning. Read More

Materials & Material Processing, Machinery & Machining Tools

Micro Blaster cleans, cuts, and deburrs.

April 25, 2002

PowerFlo 2400 micro-abrasive blasting machine, with modulator, delivers consistent and precise abrasive flow, and eliminates need for pinch valve control. Internal microprocessor captures, stores, and exports statistical and performance data, and controls automatic operations. Applications include precision cleaning, cutting, deburring, texturing, and material removal on delicate surfaces, such as silicon wafers, to tough surfaces, such as titanium. Read More

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