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​​​​​​​ALU-X?! The new expert for aluminium grinding!

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VSM Live:
ALU-X?! The new expert for aluminium grinding!

Product Introduction and Live Testing of the VSM ALU-X Successor.

We have developed the ALU-X abrasive series, designed specifically for the needs of grinding non-ferrous metals, thus replacing the well-known VSM STEARAT and STEARAT Plus series. This abrasive combines two effective VSM technologies in one product: the proven VSM CERAMICS grain technology with continuous self-sharpening is perfectly complemented by the grinding-active additional layer of VSM ALU-X, providing significantly improved chip removal.

We will demonstrate the benefits of the new VSM ALU-X, and the significant advantages you can experience with it, both in theory and practice, in this webinar!

In this VSM live webinar:
Get valuable tips on how to choose the right abrasive.
> Learn about the different backing materials such as paper, fabric or even vulcanised fibre and their advantages and disadvantages
> Get a comprehensive insight into the different grain technologies such as ceramic grain, aluminium oxide (corundum), zirconia alumina or silicon carbide
> Let's uncover the secrets of innovative quality abrasives, such as the self-sharpening effect of the abrasive grain or abrasive-active additional coatings
> Benefit from the knowledge of internationally experienced VSM application engineers

Get our machinery on your screen with this live webinar: With live grinding tests, our application engineers will give you exclusive insights into VSM abrasive technologies.

Do you have any questions? We have the answers!
Afterwards, our seminar leader and our application enigneers will be available to answer your questions. Just contact us: webinar@vsmabrasives.com
Moderation by:
Michael Langer, trainer and application enigneer

Webinar style:
Live broadcast with various grinding machines from the VSM Competence Center machinery.

max. 30 minutes

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