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Rottler Manufacturing LLC
clients can be certain "[their] Rottler machine will
meet [their] needs today and tomorrow."
Rottler Manufacturing's machines include its three- and
four-axis machining centers, including its Rottler F69A.
The machine features "blueprint bore, line bore, deck
blocks, surface heads, true lifter bores, automatic milling to size, all in fully automatic operational modes," the
But one of the machine's most distinctive features is the
Rottler Windows program control. "All the listed functions are formatted in operations tabs on the touch screen
that any shop hand can understand," the company says.
Rottler Manufacturing also has its vertical honing machines, including the H85AXY. Its features include an automatic lower cash protection system.
"Many engine blocks have interference in the lower area of the bores and can damage honing stones and
holders," the company says. "Every time the H85X starts
rottler manufacturing's location in kent, wash., is the largest domestic facility dedicated
to the automotive aftermarket.
"it boasts the finest equipment
available for maximizing the precision componentry used in our
products," the company says.
honing a cylinder, the machine will check bores for interference, avoiding potential damage to honing stones
According to the company, variances in lower bores
are common. "Rottler H85X Control senses lower bore
interference prior to rotation and stroking motion
starting at full power, eliminating any stone or holder
damage," it says.
The company also has its surfacing machines, including the S85A, which is part of the S80A series. "[The]
machines combine cutting-edge control technology with
proven column machine tool dry surfacing technology to
give [us] the world's most advanced surfacing machines
available today," it says.
Rottler Manufacturing's S85A model is designed for
surfacing automotive and small diesel heads and blocks.
"The S85A is ideal for the requirements of the performance racing engine builder and production engine remanufacturer," it says.
For five years, Rottler Manufacturing has partnered with
Roush Yates Engines, a Mooresville, N.C.-based engine
development company. The firm utilizes Rottler Manufacturing for block honing and machining equipment.
For example, Roush Yates uses the Rottler H75AXY for
manufacturing the NASCAR Ford FR9 EFI and FR9 Carb
engines, which are used in more than 25 Ford Cup, Xfinity
and World Camping Truck racecars. "These engines have
brought home NASCAR championships, Daytona 500
wins and have been driven by NASCAR Hall of Famers,"
Roush Yates says.
"The H75AXY has been specifically developed for performance engine manufacturing," the company continues. "The H75AXY is able to hone an entire V8 block
automatically, improve our tolerances, and finish and improve our overall production efficiency and run time." mt
manufacturing-today.com AUGUST 2017