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individual machines, and a central computer controls the distribution and execution of the work. In the most common confi guration, workpieces are bolted to fi xtures, which are in turn bolted to uniform pallets. This


maximizes the fl exibility of the system since any job can go to any machine at any time as long as the machine is confi g- ured for that standard pallet. Another key feature of linear pallet systems is the ability to expand them after their initial


Doosan’s linear pallet system features a straightforward user interface (control shown to the left) and an overhead buss to supply the high voltage three-phase power to the pallet vehicle without cables, which are subject to wear and breakage.


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Superfiltration of Cutting Oils


Eriez COMAT Superfiltration Systems provide a continuous flow of ultra-clean cutting oil necessary to meet exact tolerances on surface finishing. This type of filter supports over 20,000 grinders, sharpening, lapping and honing machines around the world.


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SuperFiltration Systems


CONTINUOUS SUPERFILTRATION OF CUTTING OILS USED IN GRINDING, HONING, SHARPENING AND LAPPING


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