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Product results:

Vertical CNC grinder includes polygon grinding capability
Vertical CNC grinder includes polygon grinding capability
Shigiya (USA) Ltd. has upgraded its GPV-10 vertical CNC grinder to include polygon capability.

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Mach-B now offers radius dressing
Mach-B now offers radius dressing
Mach-B Grinding Wheel Shaping & Resizing, a division of Goodson, announces that it offers radius dressing.

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Flexible toolholder is for automated tool grinding
Flexible toolholder is for automated tool grinding
The SCHUNK PRISMO3 tool grinding toolholder directly clamps every shank diameter between 3 mm and 20 mm without the use of collet chucks or sleeves.

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Improved bond introduced for making vitrified wheels
Improved bond introduced for making vitrified wheels
CGW-Camel Grinding Wheels introduced an improved bond used in manufacturing vitrified wheels for the surface grinding, cylindrical and centerless wheel categories.

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Belt grinders are ideal for all job shops
Belt grinders are ideal for all job shops
The versatile Palmgren family of belt grinders grinds, sands, finishes, polishes, deburrs and contours all types of parts on any kind of material.

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Article results:
Professional profiles
Author: Evan Jones Thorne, Assistant Editor
Published: April 2015
When grinding complex cutting tool profiles, attention should be paid to the software, the wheel and the tool blank for best results.

Battling part barreling
Author: Dr. Jeffrey Badger, Ph.D.
Published: April 2015
Dr. Jeffrey Badger, who authors the Ask the Grinding Doc column, answers questions about barreling and scrubber nozzles.

Roll grinding to finish corners
Author: Tom Lipton
Published: January 2015
A technique I call roll grinding is used to finish corners to match bend radii. Long weld seams that need to be rounded can be handled using a rolling technique with the disc grinder. It takes a little practice, but once you’ve mastered it, the results look just like a formed corner.

Testing: The ups and downs of wheel performance when creep-feed grinding
Author: John R. Besse, Norton/Saint-Gobain
Published: July 2014
Results from testing aluminum-oxide vitrified-bond wheels and diamond wheels in three different bond systems show the proper diamond roll dresser design, application methods and wheel specification can help manufacturing engineers achieve optimal results from continuous-dress, creep-feed (CDCF) grinding.

Sharp attack: How needles and other medical sharps are ground
Author: Kip Hanson, Contributing Editor
Published: July 2014
Spend enough time working in a machine shop and you’re bound to pay a visit to the emergency room for a cut finger. First comes the sting as the ER physician injects you with a local anesthetic, then the tug of the thread as she drags the suturing needle, a type of surgical needle, through your skin. This traumatic experience is painful enough, but without the sharp edge imparted to those needles through special machines known as needle-point grinders, those sutures would feel as if the doc were using a darning needle from grandma’s sewing kit.

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