The OLS Model 1100 deburring machine from McNeil Industries features various options for users to tailor the machine to their specific finishing needs, including compatible tooling choices and control and power variations. With a 52 x 47 inch platform design, the Model 1100 is well-suited to lower-volume, hand-loaded finishing of a range of gears, sprockets and other parts with diameters up to six inches.
The basic version of Model 1100 uses 110 VAC power and pneumatic cutting pressure with two tooling heads, which adapt to a range of quick-change pneumatic brushes, grinders, cutters or other tools. A 240/480 VAC power option is available for applications that involve more horsepower and tooling force. The high-power upgrade cutting pressure is supplied by electric motors.
Other options to choose from include movable chucks or air-actuated collets that accommodate different part clamping requirements and can make loading and unloading easier for the operator. The machine's functions and part profiles are customized per order, including various programming languages. The machines are PLC-controlled, and users opt for the PLC model to best suit their plant systems and equipment needs.
The Model 1100 has special application features that include a highly efficient dust collection system for stand-alone or plant-wide system integration operations. A sump-based liquid cooling system is available to deal with high temperature applications.