cutoff wheel

cutoff wheel

[′kət‚ȯf ‚wēl]
(mechanical engineering)
A thin wheel impregnated with an abrasive used for severing or cutting slots in a material or part.
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A grinder is equipped with a flood-coolant system and is set up ready to accept the proper cutoff wheel to rapidly cut the end of a carbide drill.
I first used a Dremel cutoff wheel to remove the blade portion of the screwdriver bit.
Advanced grinding and cutoff wheel technology available to foundries today offer special abrasive grains, new bonding materials and improvements in the grinding wheel manufacturing process.
Easy access for a saw, cutoff wheel or torch can substantially reduce costs when these operations are necessary.
Cutoff wheel skids should be reinforced to stop wheels from bending under their own weight.
Limited Tenders are invited for Supply Of Cutoff Wheel
They make the pattern, they glue the sprue, and I'm hoping to develop a machine that has a cutoff wheel so they can separate the sprue from the casting.
Use a 5-in angle grinder with a 5-in cutoff wheel attached to cut and remove each marked area.