external grinding

external grinding

[ek¦stərn·əl ′grīnd·iŋ]
(mechanical engineering)
Grinding the outer surface of a rotating piece of work.
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It can accommodate up to three inline grinding spindles (high-frequency, belt-driven, and external grinding wheel).
He explained, "The site is intended for those sourcing custom fabricators of quartz parts and precision glass components and includes companies specializing in internal and external grinding, polishing, milling, drilling, CNC machining, lap grinding, edging, glass blowing and other services.
Contributions on the factors study which affect increasing the accuracy of parts made by turning and external grinding.
A triple wheel-head arrangement presents two external grinding wheels, one on the left for OD grinding and another on the right for angular in-feed grinding.
Modularly designed for quick setup and changeover, state-of-the-art digital control and drive systems, and user-friendly step-by-step programming makes the $31 universal cylindrical grinder a flexible solution to a wide variety of internal and external grinding applications.
With Kellenberger, whose external grinding machines are mostly universal models aimed at job shops and mold makers, the new Grinding Machine Division of Hardinge can field an array of machines that's substantially competitive with Schliefring, the grinding-machine division of German conglomerate Korber A.
The external grinding wheel features a speed range of 2,400-3,700 rpm and a maximum diameter of 7.
A dual wheelhead configuration has two external grinding wheels for rough and finish grinding in the same setup.
The external grinding system has an interchangeable spindle and motor units and a 3,000 rpm, 8.
The external grinding wheel features a speed range of 2,400 rpm to 3,700 rpm and a maximum external grinding diameter of 7.
With four workstations that include internal and external grinding spindles, as well as a holder with two turning tools, the machine uses linear motors in the X-axis to reduce nonproductive times and hydrostatic guideways to increase accuracy and tool life.