creep-feed grinding


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creep-feed grinding

[¦krēp ‚fēd ′grīnd·iŋ]
(mechanical engineering)
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Hardinge CEO Richard Simons says that Jones & Shipman products, including conventional and superabrasive machines for surface, cylindrical, and creep-feed grinding, will assist Hardinge expand its Asian market presence.
OAKSPEC specialty fluids, lubricants, allied products, and processes meet a diversity of customer-specific requirements from fine blanking to laminate stamping, hydroforming to tube forming, and glass grinding to creep-feed grinding.
Ideally suited for vertical and horizontal machining centers equipped with high-pressure, through-the-tool coolant delivery systems--as well as centerless, cylindrical, and creep-feed grinding of both ferrous and nonferrous metals--VHP E812 does not foam while still keeping the machine clean, and rapidly wetting the chips and tools to insure good tool life and good corrosion prevention.
Babenhausen, Germany), which specializes in creep-feed grinding.
Within a half-century, creep-feed grinding has become a standard part of the arsenal of production, gaining particular favor for metal removal operations akin to milling, broaching, and planning.
X-axis rapid traverse is 1,000 mm/min to 24,000 mm/min for reciprocal grinding and 5 mm/min to 1,000 mm/min for creep-feed grinding.
Makino has developed what it calls "Viper" grinding, which includes patents on the structure of the grinding wheel, precisely directing coolant flow through nozzle designs, and other features to perform what is akin to creep-feed grinding.
In creep-feed grinding, developed in the late 1950's, the wheel depth of cut is as much as 0.
Every project is started from scratch and relies on its own extensive library of information compiled from previous creep-feed grinding, fixturing, and parts handling solutions, as well as machine and operator capability.
A case in point is the development and rapidly increasing acceptance of creep-feed grinding as a highly effective technique for producing complex shapes in "tough" materials.
These kinds of conditions are generated in creep-feed grinding, in which a large depth of cut is employed with a relatively slow feed rate, simila to milling or turning.