Superabrasive Grinding Wheels
A nickel-coated diamond grit and synthetic resin bond make these wheels extremely hard and wear resistant. Hand-Held Cleaning Sticks for Grinding Wheels Also known as dressing sticks, these can be used to sharpen a variety of abrasive wheels.
Resin Bond. At SuperAbrasives, we’ve been manufacturing and developing resin bond grinding wheels for use in many industries and applications since we opened our doors in 1977 and today we continue this tradition by expanding our product line to include a cost effective bond system – our SuperSaver line of diamond and CBN wheels. Explore More
Superabrasive RESIN, HYBRID METAL BOND SPECIFICATIONS
When specifying Diamond or cBN wheel formulations to fit an application, four main factors are important: 1) Workpiece material, 2) Coolant application, Wet vs. Dry grinding, 3) Grinding contact area, 4) Machine condition and available power. Specifying Wheel Geometry and Mounting Hole Size
Superabrasive Grinding Wheels. Techmet Alloys can provide their customers with any shape Superabrasive wheel. in the following sizes. Diameter: 14” to 40”. Thickness: 0.004” to 14”. Diamond depth: 1/16” to 1”. Diamond and cBN grits: 80 grit to 8000 grit. Bond types: Resin bond, Polyimide bond, Metal bond, Hybrid bond, EP bond.
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Cubic boron nitride (CBN) is a superabrasive traditionally used to grind steels and nickel alloys. Though not as hard as diamond (4,500kg/mm 2 vs. 9,000 kg/mm 2 ), CBN is not chemically reactive with ferrite-based and nickel alloys, allowing it to outperform diamond-based grinding wheels in life and material removal rates on these materials 1
Grinding Wheel Basics
In general terms, the abrasive grit size range for grinding wheels runs between 12 grit for rough grinding operations, such as those found in steel mills, and 220 grit for very fine/precision grinding operations. 32A46- I 8VBE – The third part of the marking system identifies the grade or hardness of the wheel.
Resin bonds are the most commonly used bond system for superabrasive grinding wheels. They are used for grinding all types of tungsten carbide tools, ceramics, glass, ferrites, refractories and semi-conductors. It offers good elasticity, superior surface finish and highly efficient grinding performance, all at an affordable price.
(PDF) Superabrasive RESIN, HYBRID METAL BOND SPECIFICATIONS
Superabrasive RESIN HYBRID METAL BOND SPECIFICATIONS INTRODUCTION SPECIFYING RESIN HYBRID METAL BOND WHEELS 1 Why Superabrasives Diamond is the hardest material known to…
Grinding wheel is too hard Change to a softer wheel. Excessive wear of superabrasive wheel Insufficient coolant at the grinding interface Improve volume, pressure, nozzle design and placement. Low wheel speed Increase wheel speed so it will act harder. Excessive feed rate Reduce depth of cut.