SOURCE: Rex-Cut Abrasives
FALL RIVER, MA--(Marketwire - Aug 7, 2012) - Rex-Cut Abrasives has introduced Type 1 non-woven cotton fiber abrasive wheels that are ideally suited for mechanically removing braze and residual oxides from large assemblies. Especially effective for robotic applications, they come in a wide range of sizes.
Rex-Cut® Type 1 Abrasive Wheels feature multiple layers of nonwoven cotton fiber with aluminum oxide or silicon carbide abrasives that are laminated, pressed, and bonded together into a dense wheel. Constantly revealing fresh abrasives as they work, these abrasive wheels run cool and are effective for mechanically removing braze, flux, and residual oxides from automobile roof joints and other large assemblies while leaving a paintable finish.
Preventing loading and the buildup of heat, Rex-Cut® Type 1 Abrasive Wheels are suitable for use in EOAT (end-of-arm-tooling) in robotic applications and come in several sizes from 3" to 12" O.D. Providing greater density than a unitized wheel, non-woven cotton fiber abrasive wheels will outlast unitized by a factor of 10 times, claims the firm.
Rex-Cut® Type 1 Abrasive Wheels are priced according to abrasive grain, bond, size, and quantity. Samples and pricing are available upon request.
About Rex-Cut Abrasives
Rex-Cut Abrasives is the oldest manufacturer of cotton fiber abrasive grinding and finishing products in the world. Since the early 1920s, they have been manufacturing a non-woven cotton fabric that is impregnated with abrasive grit and then pressed and formed into various shapes. These specialty abrasive products constantly reveal fresh abrasives as they work and typically reduce finishing steps in all types of industrial and architectural welding and metal fabrication applications.
In 2008, Rex-Cut became 100% employee-owned, a loyal and experienced team who has a true interest in the continued success of the company. Rex-Cut offers a broad line of reinforced nonwoven cotton fiber abrasive products for a wide range of grinding, deburring, blending, and finishing operations on stainless steel, exotic alloys, aluminum other metals, fiberglass and certain composites.