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Guyson's New Siemens CNC Grit Blaster
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Guyson's New Siemens CNC Grit Blaster

September 25, 2017 Guysons new multi-axis CNC grit blaster was designed for a prep prior to coat application in the aerospace industry. The heart of this system is based around the blast manipulation with 4 axis controls directed by a Siemens CNC system and roof-mounted 2-axis cartesian gantry with table positional capability of 0-360°. The transfer cart brings the parts to the blast enclosure...

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LSP Technologies Sells Laser Peening System for Metal Fatigue Enhancement to Aeronautical Research Center
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LSP Technologies Sells Laser Peening System for Metal Fatigue Enhancement to Aeronautical Research Center

Laser Peening provides service life extensions through enhanced fatigue strength and damage tolerance, along with resistance to corrosion, cracking, and fretting. Dublin, Ohio, February 1, 2017 – LSP Technologies announces the sale of its state-of-the-art Procudo® Laser Peening System to the Center of Applied Aeronautical Research (ZAL) in Hamburg, Germany. The equipment will be delivered to...

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Multiblast 3D Blast Systems are designed for heavy cleaning and finishing.
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Multiblast 3D Blast Systems are designed for heavy cleaning and finishing.

Multiblast 3D Blast systems are designed for heavy cleaning and finishing use in post processing of 3D printed parts. Features include LED light panels and dust collectors. With a secure seal and rigid structure, these units can be used for functional or cosmetic purposes. Applications include smoothing striation marks, paint/coating surface preparation, and other additive manufacturing artifacts.

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Model 9 Manual Blast System for Surface Preparation
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Model 9 Manual Blast System for Surface Preparation

The Guyson Corporation has just completed a custom Model 9 Manual blast system for surface preparation application for electro-deposited composites coatings. This typical application is used in the aviation, automotive and power generation industries and can be applied to aluminum, steel and nickel-based alloys. Typical components can be rolled, forged, extruded or cast. This Model 9 blast...

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Surface Preparation with Guysons Robotic Blast System
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Surface Preparation with Guysons Robotic Blast System

Guyson has just completed another one of its popular RB-9, robotic blasting systems. The customer had a very demanding surface preparation specification that could only be achieved by precise robotic gun manipulation and part fixturing and the use of high performance model 75/12 media cyclone. This machine is equipped with a FANUC M10iA six axis robot that is protected with a Guyson custom...

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Parts Washing Equipment

Blast & Wash Systems Exhibiting at the AmShow in Rochester, NY

Blast Wash Systems will be exhibiting at theÂ-  AmCon 2016 Show September 21st & 22nd in Rochester, New York We invite you to see our equipment in action - parts washing equipment, weld fume extractor, downdraft table and blast cabinet. Blast & Wash Systems is the largest distributor of finishing equipment in the region. Blast & Wash Systems offers automated finishing equipment to...

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Rotary-Index Twin Spindle Machine enhances cellular manufacturing.
Robotic Components

Rotary-Index Twin Spindle Machine enhances cellular manufacturing.

Expanded version of RXS-400Â- utilizes Fanuc M710 Robot, which carries 8 Model 900 guns in heavy-duty cabinet with powered sliding door. In addition to Alpha S4 servos, Apex precision 50:1 ratio gear boxes, precision stop CAM Technologies indexer, and roof-mounted Precision Rotary Union, components include 300/28 cyclone reclaim system coupled to 36...

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Locon Sensors Withstand Extreme Temperatures
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Locon Sensors Withstand Extreme Temperatures

Locon Sensor Systems offer robust sensor solutions for even the most severe environmental conditions. Their line of high-temp inductive sensors and their cylindrical photoelectric series can operate in temperatures up to 250 degrees Celsius. See our video to learn more.

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