Bundesarchiv Bild 183-42242-0001, Berlin, Tischlerei, Schleifmaschine



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Berlin, Tischlerei, Schleifmaschine

Zentralbild Erfurt(Wittig) 16.1.57 Erfurter Tischlermeister entwickelten neuartiges Bandpolierverfahren. Die Erfurter Tischlermeister Walter und Günter Stnaubing entwickelte in ihrer Werkstatt ein neuartiges maschinelles Plierverfahren, das gegenüber dem langwierigen Handpolieren wesentliche Erleichterungen und Vorteile für das holzverarbeitende Handwerk bringt. Hervorgehoben ist, dass dieses maschinelle Polieren mit Hilfe einer ganz normalen Holzschleifmaschine ausgeführt werden kann, über die jede gut ausgerüstete Tischlerwerkstatt verfügt. Notwendig dazu sind Lackpolierbünder, die einen besonderen Wollbelag unter Verwendung bestimmter Polierpasten aufweisen. Einige Industriebetriebe unserer Republik arbeiten bereits nach dem neuen Verfahren. UBz: Der Tischlermeister Günter Straubing bei der Anwendung des neuen Polierverfahrens an der Handschleifmaschine.

Date 16 January 1957(1957-01-16)
Source Deutsches Bundesarchiv (German Federal Archive), Bild 183-42242-0001
Author Wittig
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