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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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Generally, grinding wheels with open structures maintain the grits away, avoiding the pull out of the grits due to their rigid fixing.
Materials selection applied to vitrified corundum grinding wheels.
3M collaborated closely with the customer during an extended trial of Cubitron II Depressed Centre Grinding Wheel T27 115mm and 230mm (4.
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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.
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.
a major manufacturer of ceramic tableware and grinding wheels, said Tuesday its group net profit plunged 48.
Norton, Go, Worcester, MA, manufactures cubic boron nitride (CBN) grinding wheels for use in high-volume, tight-tolerance applications.
They offer the same extended life and smooth-cutting action of the thicker NorZon Plus grinding wheels currently available from Norton.
Tenders are invited for Supply Of Abrasive, Grinding Wheels On Brc Basis