finish grinding

finish grinding

[′fin·ish ‚grīnd·iŋ]
(mechanical engineering)
The last action of a grinding operation to achieve a good finish and accurate dimensions.
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For the upgrade, KHD will install two new identical COMFLEX grinding systems next to each other which can be operated independently for finish cement grinding or with ball mill on semi finish grinding mode.
ON A ROLL Finish grinding and large work roll AT WORK Casting a back-up roll from a 70-tonne ladle
Energy efficiency of cement finish grinding in a dry batch ball mill, Cement and Concrete Research, volume 41, issue 3, pp.
For finish grinding of internal ring gears, external stepped gears and gears with shafts after heat processing, conventionally a method for grinding tooth grooves one by one using a small-diameter disk-shaped grinding wheel has mainly been used to prevent interference - a procedure that erodes mass production merits and impedes cost reduction efforts.
The finish grinding mill was the first such mill to be installed in the United States.
Middlehurst processes the punches in two steps, first grinding the main body between centers, then chucking the back end of the punch and finish grinding the profiled end.
The company is said to incorporate the latest technology in its manufacturing processes, including carburizing gears and CBN finish grinding of the gear teeth.
The USD75m contract covers the modernisation and expansion of Ash Grove Cement's existing plant in Foreman, Arkansas, and includes the replacement of three existing wet-process kilns with advanced pyro-processing technology, as well as the installation of an FRM raw mill, an ATOX coal mill and an OK finish grinding mill.
A dual wheelhead arrangement presents two external grinding wheels for rough and finish grinding in the same setup.
There are also two stages of hand grinding performed at Harrison: chip grinding (for the head and riser contact areas and the seams along the parting lines) and finish grinding (for working on welded castings and finalizing any work begun by chip grinding).
provided WMI with an Annihilator slow-speed, high-torque pre-grinder for an initial downsize, followed by 3-inch tapered slot screen, a four-person picking line, and a 4860 Grizzly Mill for finish grinding.