Skewed Tining Option Available For Gomaco Texture/Cure Machines

26 January 2010

Gomaco’s T/C-400 and T/C-600 texture/cure machines are available with a skewed tining option. It allows the travel of the tining bars to run a skewed path, while the frame of the machine is square to the slab. The sprockets, chains and mechanical items are off-the-shelf pieces that are easily replaceable. The tine rake on the texture/cure is gear driven, and as the rake travels across the slab, it moves longitudinally in a sliding mechanism through the mount. The final tining pattern is accomplished simply by sliding only the rake. The sliding movement is controlled by a timing chain that runs from end panel to end panel. The direction of the skew can easily be changed by moving the timing chain either over or under the main drive sprocket on the upper carriage. The skewed tining option can also be easily retrofitted to existing GOMACO texture/cure machines.

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