The Lapmaster Wolters Model 15 is a bench-mounted unit with a rigid, lightweight, cast aluminum base. The machine is of the â€œring lapper" configuration, enabling high standards of flatness and surface finish to be routinely achieved.
The Model 15 is derived from the popular Model 12 and features a scaled-up lapping plate, conditioning rings and convenient â€œwrap-around" worktable.
In - process lap plate flatness control is provided for by three conditioning rings, which locate in yoke/roller bearing assemblies. Workpieces are located within carriers or appropriate fixtures which run within the rings. Large parts of cylindrical shape can be substituted for the rings.
The Model 15 is ideally suited for lapping low and high production quantities.In-shop lapping reduces costs of component processing and equipment maintenance programs. Worn parts are reconditioned and salvaged, thus eliminating scrap. Valve bodies, discs, gears, vanes, valve plates and shaft seals are a few of the components benefiting from the lapping process.
The Model 15 is equally at home in the laborator y, where it can be used to process a wide variety of materials on an experimental basis. These results can then be applied to a production situation. Rigid cast aluminium base (12" and 15" Models)
Heavy duty welded carbon steel base (20" Model)
Three conditioning rings with roller yoke and bearing assemblies
Conventional abrasive feed system
Automatic digital cycle timer
Electrical system wired for various voltages 50/60 Hz, 1 phase (Ph) and 3 phase (Ph) to customer specification
High torque drive unit with up to 2 hp motor and gear reducer
Parts loading table (15" and 20" Models)
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