grit size

grit size

[′grit ‚sīz]
(design engineering)
Size of the abrasive particles on a grinding wheel.
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Decrease grit size in small increments (don't go from 220 to 600).
The characteristic of a grinding wheel depends upon the combined elements of abrasive grains, grit size, bond, grade and structure.
The roughness data (mean Ra and Rz values) are shown in Table 2; the grit size of diamond discs affected both the Ra (p < 0.
The grit size is carefully controlled in the stone's manufacture and the steel to which the diamond is affixed is truly flat.
The studies [21, 22] indicate the strong influence of grit size of abrasive fracture.
The starting paper grit size will depend on the magnitude of damage created during sectioning (1) and the amount of material that needs to be removed in order to reach the target area for inspection.
Pilot experiments have been carried out to study the effect of processing time, inter-electrode gap, electrolyte flow rate, electrolyte pressure and honing stone grit size on measures of process performance i.
However, both the feed speed and the grit size affected coating adhesion following the accelerated weathering treatment.
The machines incorporate up to six spindles to progressively size and finish part bores with tools of preset diameter and grit size.
The power of the grinding tools is proportional to the diamond coating, grit size, and embedding depth of the diamond grains in the bonding layer.