cutoff wheel

cutoff wheel

[′kət‚ȯf ‚wēl]
(mechanical engineering)
A thin wheel impregnated with an abrasive used for severing or cutting slots in a material or part.
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Tenders are invited for Supply Of Cutoff Wheel For Stainless Steel At Beml, Bangalore Complex
They make the pattern, they glue the sprue, and I'm hoping to develop a machine that has a cutoff wheel so they can separate the sprue from the casting.
Use a 5-in angle grinder with a 5-in cutoff wheel attached to cut and remove each marked area.
1 also bought the ZipMate ZM3 right-angle attachment ($60) so I could use a diamond wheel for cutting tile (works great) and the cutoff wheel for cut ting metal (haven't tried that yet).
I've found that a rotary tool with a reinforced cutoff wheel such as Dremel's #426 wheel effectively cuts a line parallel to the muzzle device's long axis.
Bottom, L-R: diamond blade, thin flat cutoff and slice wheel, medium offset cutoff wheel, medium flexible grinding wheel, thick standard grinding wheel.
The saw must have an aluminum or magnesium guard to use an abrasive cutoff wheel.
To produce high-quality, consistent cuts in a short amount of time, it's important to choose the appropriate abrasive cutoff wheel and cutter that will allow the wheel to work the way it was designed.
Cutting through the new material with a standard 11-inch-diameter abrasive cutoff wheel was nearly impossible.