Joke presents a world-first: It's a revolution, not just an evolution
Modern device that is easy to handle
Joke will use the opportunity of the upcoming metalworking exhibition AMB in Stuttgart (13 - 17 September) to showcase the result of years of testing and research, the Eneska micro. The device looks modern and is indeed easy to handle. It can be carried to any workplace with ease, and the newly designed handpiece not only rests comfortably in your hand, but allows for fatigue-free, rapid operation. "The handpiece and the complete design of our low-vibration polishing device is intended to reduce the risk of RSI (repetitive strain injury) and tendonitis," explains Marketing Manager Barbara Lucke. "Moreover, we have increased the rotational speed to 60,000 rpm, which makes the device suitable for replacing loud and often inefficient compressed-air tools, but also increases its range of application, e.g., the use of milling tools."
The handpiece features 50% more clamping force, which comes in handy when working on hard materials such as Inconel or titanium. Thanks to a longer shaft, the milling and polishing tools can now easily access hard-to-reach areas as found in impellers, for instance (see photo below). All axes are precisely cut and ground to ensure high concentricity (< 0.01 mm) and the system complies with IP 54. The Eneska micro is downward compatible to all Eneska systems and with handpieces and micro-drives/motors from most manufacturers.