Our in-situ specialists from Gothenburg, Sweden, carried out an in-situ machining assignment in a Swedish car factory.
The four rollers of an end of line (EOL) dynamometer had to be machined. Their surface had been found worn and the customer therefore asked us to undersize them by 1.0 mm, so that they could be plated again by thermal arc spraying.
Dynamometer rollers look deceptively small as only a small part of them is visible. They in fact each have a diameter of 1’500 mm and they are 900 mm wide.
Our specialists used one of our NC-controlled, mobile milling machines fitted with a lathe cutting tool for the task. This arrangement worked very well and led to a great result.
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