A blasting concept was realised with parts lying flat on conveyor belts and being treated in a continuous process to eliminate the unavoidable manual suspension and removal tasks associated with hanger-type blast machines.
Lightweight components require adequate surface finishing for subsequent processing steps. However, since these components are more sensitive, the machining methods must be adapted. One trend is ferrite-free blasting.
There are two aspects that contribute to the increasing significance of aluminium for manufacturers of blast machines: For once, workpieces are more frequently made of aluminium and secondly, aluminium is also popular as a blast abrasive.