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belt grinding

[′belt ‚grīn·diŋ]
(metallurgy)
Grinding with an abrasive-coated continuous belt. Also known as linishing.
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German company Bohle AG, global market leader in hand tools for glass processing, will exhibit its new Master Belt belt grinding machine for the first time at its stand in Hall 9.
Compressive Shrinking Range includes S8 Rubber Belt Shrinking unit featuring GrindVAC to capture to capture belt by-product when dressing the rubber belt and AutoGRIND (automation belt grinding system) which increases production and improves shrinkage consistency.
Among the topics are investigating the capability of flux-of-force oriented lattice structures for lightweight design, improving efficiency in the robot-assisted belt grinding of high performance materials, combining processes for manufacturing deep holes with small diameters, the scenario-based development of disassembly systems for automotive lithium ion battery systems, and protecting deep drawing tools from wear by systematically optimizing highly stressed surfaces.
Some specific subjects explored are diamond tools for grinding complex ceramic implant surfaces, optimization of coated SiC belt grinding of alumina ceramics, an internal grinding machine for precision grinding, and surface characteristics and roughness prediction of TC4 titanium alloy in high speed grinding.
Furthermore, vertical belt grinding machines used in metalworking as well as oscillating grinders have in principle withstood the test.
The automatic belt grinding system reduces operator error and extends the efficiency and production life of the belt.
The product range comprises belt grinding machines, general grinding machines for vessels, edge preparation by grinding, grinding machines for dished ends and grinding heads to adapt on robots.
Belt grinding has become an important production process, in some cases replacing conventional grinding operations such as the grinding of camshafts.