Unlike soft bearing machines, which have complicated calibration procedures, in ABRO 'hard bearing' machines the procedure is extremely simple. After mounting the job on the machine, one has simply to feed the following:

(1) balancing speed desired;
(2) job configuration in use;
(3) the job dimensions a,b,c,rL and rR.

The machine is now ready for operation. Nothing else has to be done.


The basic design of the ABRO machines makes their operation very simple. Besides, the auxiliary equipment is a further help, e.g. in the case of crankshaft, multiplane electronic units giving the unbalance simultaneously for various correction planes that lie on the counterweights ; pneumatic job clamping and raising devices facilitate drilling on the machine, drilling on the machine, drilling units with electrical traversing and automatic positioning, complete with chip suction arrangements add up to make balancing simpler and faster. Similarly, for other applications, ABRO offer a variety of auxiliary equipment. Therefore, to get the most suitable solution, spell your exact requirement to ABRO.
For high accuracy balancing

Synchronised filters automatically track the balancing speed by photoelectric scanning, completely eliminating all disturbing vibrations. This also ensures that speed changes do not affect readings, thus giving the most reliable and accurate results.

Surface belt-drive machines are offered, when necessary, to eliminate parasitic unbalances due to the eccentricities and unbalances of drive shafts, adaptors etc. of the end-drive machines.
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