Tools for Deburring & Finishing Plastics & Non-Metals
Here at Moleroda we often get asked how to go about polishing some of the more unusual materials our customers work with. In particular resins and plastics, although we do also have recommendations for glass, ceramic, ivory and stone to name but a few.
With industries moving to new technology and 3D printing, we have been working with many companies to help provide the surface finish they require.
Are you a manufacturer looking for ways to finish your non-metal products? We can help you find the best finish to get your your jobs off the shop floor and out to your customer as quickly as possible, without sacrificing quality.
These discs give a bit more power to removing the printed surface. Micro mesh offers a range of ultra fine grades and leaves a great surface finish. It can be used wet or dry and has been designed to keep cool when in use so will not burn or mark the plastic. Discs are also great for maintaining a flat surface.
Abrasives for working on plastics
Compounds and pastes for polishing Plastics
A large sector Moleroda caters for is the hobbyist market. Right from the early beginnings of the company we have attended bike and car events, selling the tools to care for prized vehicles.
We now stock a wide range of tools on our website to suit Bikes, Cars, Restorers, Sculptors, Hobby Jewellers, Model Makers, Model Engineers and the home DIYer!
Bikes & Cars
Moleroda supplies a full range of safety and lighting equipment. You can see our full range of safety equipment here. Here are the essential safety items used when deburring and finishing casting jobs: