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grinding wheel

[′grīn·diŋ ‚wēl]
(design engineering)
A wheel or disk having an abrasive material such as alumina or silicon carbide bonded to the surface.
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What is the best grinding wheel for grinding saw blades?
The grinding wheel enables high-speed and high-precision finish machining by preventing possible interference between the grinding wheel and the workpiece, as in the grinding of external gears.
Grinding marks (figure 3), or grinding linear are the traces left by the grinding wheel on the wafer surface A (figure 3) and the "cress-cross" on the wafer surface B (Sun et al.
To remove gates, riser connections and parting lines, an operator would typically pick up a casting and take it to the grinding wheel, where he then would have to move the part to different orientations to complete the grinding operation.
Using a dressing tool to eliminate grinding wheel imbalance and possible disintegration.
When the grinding wheel is smaller in diameter than the diameter it is grinding, wheel wear and removal rates are less than optimum.
The Nagoya-based company attributed the poor earnings to weak sales of its mainstay products such as tableware, grinding wheels and diamond tools.
In this way, every point of the planar wafer surface comes into contact with the grinding wheel and the diminution of size is executed on for every point of the wafer.
FGC 2 uses conventional aluminum oxide grinding wheels and a high-speed wheel changer to grind blades and vanes faster and more efficiently.
is offering a new line of abrasive grinding wheels that it says can remove stainless steel, inconel, and titanium welds on tanks and power plant repairs faster than aluminum oxide wheels.