Grinding pressure up to 60N. Compared to general air grinders, where grinding disc stops when the grinding pressure is about 30N. (Test conditions: 0.6MPa air pressure, sandpaper #80)
When the surface of the grinding disc and the workpiece do not fit, the grinding disc can automatically swing to make them fit.
The High-Power Eccentric Air Grinder can be fitted to the iGrinder® to achieve force-controlled grinding. The iGrinder integrates a force sensor, a displacement sensor and an inclination sensor to sense parameters such as grinding force, floating position and grinding head attitude in real time. iGrinder® has an independent control system that does not require external programs to participate in control. The robot only needs to move according to the pre-set track, and the force control and floating functions are completed by the iGrinder® itself. Users only need to enter the required force value, and the iGrinder® can automatically maintain a constant grinding pressure no matter what grinding attitude the robot is.
|Pad Size (in)||5||3|
|Grinding Force(N)||Up to 60N||Up to 40N|
|Adaptive Angle||3° Any Orientation||N/A||3° Any Orientation|
|Air Pressure||0.6 – 0.8MPa|
|Air Consumption||115 L/Min|
|Operation Temperature||-10 to 60℃|