Video: IN MOTION – Cleaning A Part

When a production line includes machining to shape or finish a part, dust and chip removal is usually required before moving on down the line. This can prove difficult to complete without containing the part, dust, and surrounding area, however this can cause access issues for workers. Today’s IN Motion application will demonstrate one method for automating this process using high pressure air flow.

Our newest InMotion Video feature application includes sprockets, locating pins, shaft collars and other configurable parts

If this has inspired you to use simple components in creative ways, come back next time for another inCAD Library: IN Motion video, or visit our inCAD Library for more application examples

 

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