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   Grinding Doc
   Located 5 articles.

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How to purposely burn workpieces
Author: Dr. Jeffrey Badger
Published: December 2014
Dr. Jeffrey Badger, Cutting Tool Engineering's Ask the Grinding Doc columnist, cautions readers not to be timid when slowing the workpiece speed to induce burn.

Finding the grinding sweet spot
Author: Dr. Jeffrey Badger
Published: August 2014
The sweet spot is where the grits in a grinding wheel optimally penetrate the workpiece to form a chip -- not too deep and not too shallow.

All-or-nothin' burn
Author: Dr. Jeffrey Badger
Published: June 2014
Water is an effective heat conductor, and, if you get an adequate supply of coolant within the pores of the wheel, the coolant will absorb about 70 percent of the heat.

How to avoid grinding burn
Author: Dr. Jeffrey Badger
Published: April 2014
Cutting Tool Engineering's Ask the Grinding Doc columnist, Dr. Jeffrey Badger, advises a shop hoping to avoid grinding burn.

Abusive grinding
Author: Dr. Jeffrey Badger
Published: February 2014
A shop seeks insight from our Ask the Grinding Doc columnist, Dr. Jeffrey Badger, regarding the premature fatigue failure of pistons that seem fine when they go out the door. Could grinding be the culprit for these pistons cracking after just 5 weeks?

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