Parts are becoming more and more complex with many mold joints that can result in large burrs with difficult access. The fastest way to remove such fine metal plate is to cut it with a chisel. The inline movement combined with different accessories shapes provide a good access and deliver a fast cutting work.
For good ergonomics and to work in the most productive way, inline hammers with a strong stroke are a very good choice even with large sizes. In most cases, access to the working area is given by the inline movement and the power compensates the other aspects like weight and ergonomics.
For large deburring, we recommend our Fuji FC-range which comes with an easy handle, a large stroke and is heavy work proof.
Cleaning surfaces and simple shapes
To clean simple and accessible shapes, angle grinders are versatile and efficient. Easy to handle to grind almost everywhere, these tools are multipurpose. They can remove excess material, flatten and make some small deburring.
Many standard sizes exist on the market, from 2 to 7 inches depending on the work to be done. Priority will go to large disks to ensure power and the ability to work on large surfaces.
To obtain a good compromise between power, easy access and ergonomics in cleaning surfaces, we recommend the Fuji FA-40 Series, a 4-inch angle grinder. This range is perfect for most operations in good conditions.
Corners and special access
In some cases, like cleaning corners and deep working surfaces, small accessories are required without any compromise on the power. Straight grinders offer this exact advantage of high power and speed adapted to a large range of accessories. Easy to handle, these can also be combined with grinding disks to give more access and working possibilities.
To provide easy access to clean internal and external corners, we recommend our Fuji FG-3H range which offers a good size to maneuver various grinding wheels or mounted points.
Some applications require a very meticulous and precise work. Die grinders are small enough to fit the job. Equipped with carbide burrs, they have a high material removal potential and they are recognized even within heavy industries.
The priority in choosing these tools is to have perfect ergonomics. This is why we recommend our Fuji FG-26H range which offers various options to fit any job.
The foundry process
A foundry is a factory that produces metal castings. Metals are cast into shapes by melting them into a liquid, pouring the metal into a mold, and removing the mold material after the metal has solidified as it cools. The most common metals processed are aluminum and cast iron. However, other metals, such as bronze, brass, steel, magnesium, and zinc, are also used to produce castings in foundries. In this process, parts of desired shapes and sizes can be formed.