This machine is designed to remove flash from a formed rubber part. The operator places the part in the nest and then when they activate via the opto touch safety sensors, there is a camera that looks at the underside of the part to ensure it is in fact the correct part, then the actuator moves forward and the attached brush removes the flash and then retracts. There is a laser sensor that makes sure the flash has been removed. If removal was successful, the green light illuminates and a "good part" door opens and the part is manually dropped into a bin that is sitting on a scale that weighs and counts parts. If the part flash was unsuccessfully removed, the red light illuminates and the part is manually dropped into a "no good" chute that also has a pass through sensor to count bad parts. All pinch points and safety concerns were eliminated.