What Is a Vibro Polishing Machine?

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A vibro polishing machine is a machine that uses high-speed vibration to polish a variety of metal parts. It is used for petrographic and metallographic specimen preparation, and can achieve smooth surface finishes to allow microstructure analysis. These machines come with motor driven discs that rotate at speeds ranging from 400 to 1100 RPM. The vibrating motion of these machines can produce uniform finishes on a variety of metal parts, including small screws and washers.


The process is highly customizable based on the type of finish you want to achieve. By adjusting the amplitude and frequency, operators can achieve the desired results. ISO Finishing machines can be used for a variety of applications, including deburring and cleaning. In addition, these machines provide uniform results and dependability.

Vibratory finishing is an effective replacement for traditional cloth-wheel polishing and can help manufacturers lower their costs while increasing the quality of their products. The main parts of a vibratory polishing machine are the inertial vibrator, vessel, and electrical cabinet that controls the vibratory action. The base is made of steel, and contains springs to support the vessel.

Vibration-finishing machines are typically rectangular or round bowl-shaped machines with a closed or open work chamber. The media is usually mixed with a compound that is used to produce the desired finish. This compound is typically a mixture of water, detergent, and degreaser, and can also contain rust inhibitors. Media also serves as an abrasive agent.