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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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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1 SET the tool rest so it's at a right angle to the grinding wheel. Push the screwdriver tip straight into the grinding wheel until the damaged portion is removed and the tip is flat again.
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High-frequency 16,000-rpm digital drive technology combined with galvanic-bond and ceramic-bond CBN grinding wheels from 70 mm to 400 mm enable constant circumferential grinding wheel speed of up to 120 m/sec.
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