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Osborn and Dronco have developed tools for the new X-LOCK angle grinder system from BOSCH. The portfolio includes cutting and grinding discs, flap wheels, cup brushes, bevel and wheel brushes and diamond cutting discs.
Simple system, safe and quick assembly
Osborn and Dronco are partners selected by BOSCH to develop accessories for the new X-LOCK angle grinders. Thanks to the new system, accessories such as the cutting discs and brushes produced by Osborn and Dronco can be mounted quickly and easily to these new angle grinders. Compared to conventional angle grinders, it is up to 5 times faster to change accessories. An audible "click" indicates that the accessories are securely engaged. Errors are practically eliminated, because accessories requiring a specific rotational direction, such as diamond discs, can no longer be mounted incorrectly. Even protruding nuts are not a problem with X-LOCK angle grinders.
Compatibility with conventional angle grinders
The X-LOCK tools from Osborn and Dronco are backward compatible, i.e. they can also be used on conventional angle grinders. This is useful when there is no X-LOCK angle grinder available on site. There is no need for a second tool set. The backwards compatibility of Osborn brushes is also unique worldwide (patent pending).
The Dronco cutting discs are manufactured especially for safety. The metal rings are sandwiched between the glass fiber fabrics and bonded to the discs to form an extremely resilient connection within the cutting disc. This production process guarantees the highest possible stability and safety (patent pending).
Osborn has made another major development step in the manufacture of wheel brushes in terms of usability and controllability of flexible deburring tools.
In cooperation with machine builders and engineers, the portfolio of the proven Osborn ATB® brushes was extended by wheel brushes in extensive tests. The focus of the development was on the controllable wear behavior up to the defined end of the service life with constant and reliable deburring results.
As these results can only be achieved in combination with modern CNC machining centres or in robotic applications, the design of the brushes takes into account the connectivity to the commonly used tool holders (HSK, SK, BT, shell milling arbor, cutter head holder, etc.). This allows a quick and easy adaptation to the machines as well as to the tool magazine.
Deburring of the components can be started directly after the upstream machining process on the same machining center / CNC machine under the same operating conditions without reclamping or discharging them. The components can be removed from the machine completely deburred. This simplifies the production process and reduces the cost per part.