Fall River, MA (Marketwire) - Rex-Cut Products, Inc. is introducing a full line of cotton fiber mounted points that are ideally suited for EOAT (end-of-arm-tooling) in automated metal deburring and finishing systems. They can be custom made for a broad range of applications.
Rex-Cut® Mounted Points are made with multiple layers of non-woven cotton fiber and either aluminum oxide or silicon carbide abrasive grains that are pressed and bonded into standard A, B & W-shapes. Ideal for EOAT in robotic finishing operations, these mounted points reveal fresh abrasives as they deburr and finish in one step and can be made in custom shapes to match OEM requirements.
Suitable for stainless steel, titanium, Inconel®, exotics, and aluminum, Rex-Cut® Cotton Fiber Mounted Points are offered in hard and soft bonds and can be produced in custom shapes and sizes for finishing slots, seams, internal cavities and other applications without changing part geometry. An 80 Grit soft bond is capable of leaving a 16-20 RMS finish on stainless steel.
Rex-Cut® Cotton Fiber Mounted Points for EOAT are often developed to match OEM application and significantly outlast conventional mounted points, claims the firm. They are priced according to shape, size, and quantity.
About Rex-Cut Products, Inc.
Rex-Cut Products, Inc. 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. In 2008, Rex-Cut became 100% owned by its employees, a loyal team of local folks who have a true interest in the continued success of the company. Rex-Cut offers a broad line of cotton fiber abrasive products and other specialty abrasives for a wide range of grinding, deburring, blending, and finishing operations on stainless steel, exotic alloys, aluminum other metals, fiberglass and certain composites.
SOURCE: Rex-Cut Products, Inc.