Lapmaster Wolters offers a unique and comprehensive scope of high-precision processing machines:
from single-wheel and two-wheel fine-grinding machines via double-side flatgrinding machines, thru-feed grinders and lapping, polishing, honing and deburring machines for flat workpieces up to compact high-precision multi-spindle machines for economic inner diameter and outer diameter grinding as well as polygon grinding of complex work pieces.
Highest Precision or all Materials and BranchesPlease select from the following processes:
AC microLine® Series
High productivity double wheel machines of the AC microLine® range display state-of-the-art design and concept. The modular system of main components together with the precision of the latest control-, drive and measuring technologies deliver reliability of the process and make the system comfortable to operate.
Single-wheel lapping and polishing machines
Single-wheel lapping and polishing machines are used for small to large size work pieces. Production of these parts can be achieved from small quantities to high volume production. All machines are equipped with digital control and monitoring electronics.
DDG 450/600 - Double-Sided Surface Grinding to Perfection
The DDG 450/600 is highly competitive with its space saving footprint, high precision and extremely cost effective design. The double-disk surface grinding machines in the DDG product range from PETER WOLTERS offer economic effectiveness at its best. Two models, one pledge: long lasting precision from the first part to the last-even under the harshest operating conditions.read more »
BD 300-L Linear-Finishing-Deburring-System
PETER WOLTERS has impressively demonstrated, with the Linear-Finishing Deburring system BD 300-L, that it is possible to enter the world of highly accurate and economic deburring of flat work pieces with reasonable investment costs.read more »
MICRON machines are modular CNC grinding centersread more »
They are compact, reliable, and especially designed for Creep Feed-, Profile-, and HEDG grinding. Compared to conventional surface grinding, these processes allow high stock removal rates. Therefore, MICRON machines offer a high level of dynamic rigidity.