Huntingdon's TEG-3 tungsten-electrode-grinding machine sports a new design that moves the grinding head from the three o'clock to the six o'clock position.
Operators of TEG-2 and TEG-3 tungsten-electrode-grinding machines from Huntingdon Fusion Techniques Ltd., Carms, UK, no longer need to worry about getting grinding dust in their faces. That's because Huntingdon moved the grinding head from the three o'clock to the six o'clock position. This configuration, reports the company, presents a better field of view for the operator.
The TEG-3 grinds tips on tungsten electrodes as used in TIG and plasma welding. A special collet accessory lets it axially grind all diameters from 1.0 to 6.4 mm and lengths down to 15 mm.