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   Abrasives
   Located 5 products and 5 articles.

Product results:

Walter Surface expands narrow-crown Technology to ZIP line
Walter Surface expands narrow-crown Technology to ZIP line
Walter Surface Technologies has extended its product portfolio of exclusive narrow-crown patented technology to all 4½” and 5” ZIPCUT, ZIP+, ZIP Stainless and ZIP ALU cutting wheels.

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Cut-off wheel has a precision-shaped grain
Cut-off wheel has a precision-shaped grain
The Cubitron II cut-off wheel from 3M is designed to provide high cut rates and long life on stainless steels, alloy steels and cast iron.

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CGW improves surface conditioning belt production
CGW improves surface conditioning belt production
CGW-Camel Grinding Wheels improved its U.S.-made surface conditioning belt line with an investment of more than $250,000 in new manufacturing equipment and materials at its PASCO facility.

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Flap disc maximizes grinding aggression
Flap disc maximizes grinding aggression
Weiler Corp. has announced the launch of the Tiger X flap disc, with technology for faster grinding and a longer life.

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Nonwoven abrasive wheels offer consistent finishing
Nonwoven abrasive wheels offer consistent finishing
Osborn introduces a line of JacksonLea brand non-woven abrasive wheels and brushes.

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Article results:
Can milling compete with grinding for rapid stock removal?
Author: David Graham and Philip Varghese, Norton | Saint-Gobain Abrasives
Published: September 2015
Many times in making parts for aerospace engines with high temperature alloys like IN-718, Rene-95 and Waspaloy it is necessary to remove large amounts of material. Traditionally companies use, milling, turning or broaching to remove most of the material and then finish-grind to size. The engineers at Norton/Saint-Gobainís Higgins Grinding Technology Center have determined that for these materials grinding can, in many instances, remove the material more quickly and economically than turning or milling.

Technology waterfall
Author: Alan Richter, Editor
Published: July 2015
Abrasive waterjet machines become easier to use and more affordable as equipment evolves.

Rain rider: JDA Aqua Cutting and JDA Custom offer both machining services and motorcycle-related products
Author: Alan Richter, Editor
Published: July 2014
The manufacturing industry has a long tradition of machine shop employees wanting to be their own boss and starting their own shops. Gary Lee took a similar path but with a twist.

Height of accuracy
Author: Alan Richter, Editor
Published: July 2014
A noncontact, standoff-height sensing system for waterjet machines.

Single-layered approach: The fundamentals of using coated abrasives in metalworking
Author: Alan Richter, Editor
Published: December 2013
Whether the surface-treatment task involves deburring, blending, grinding, polishing, finishing, dimensioning, patterning or shaping a metal workpiece, thereís a coated-abrasive product available to get the job done. The products include belts, rolls, sheets, pads and flap discs and wheels.

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