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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
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-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
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
Osborn introduces a line of JacksonLea brand non-woven abrasive wheels and brushes.
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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.
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Technology Waterfall
Author: Alan Richter, Editor
Published: July 2015

Abrasive waterjet machines become easier to use and more affordable as equipment evolves.
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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.
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Height Of Accuracy
Author: Alan Richter, Editor
Published: July 2014

A noncontact, standoff-height sensing system for waterjet machines.
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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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Nitty Gritty On Chatter
A wheel supplier urged a shop to use a 150 mesh grit wheel to put a 0.005" radius into a part, but when the shop went from its 80 mesh grit to the smaller grit the result was horrific chatter. In fact, the shop always gets chatter from small grit wheels, so the shop wrote to Dr. Jeffrey Badger for the lowdown.
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Grit Size
Dr. Jeffrey Badger discusses the importance of grit size in the 32nd episode of the Grinding Doc video series.
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Superabrasive Technology
Presented as an online supplement to Cutting Tool Engineering's June 2012 report on "Replacement Parts," CTEplus offers a closer look at some of the superabrasive tools and technology offered by Abrasive Technology Inc., Lewis Center, Ohio.
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Grinding Friability
A wheel manufacturer recommended that a machine shop switch from brown alumina to white alumina because the latter is more friable. In this episode, the Grinding Doc analyzes the wisdom of this move.
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Fast Track Seminars
Cutting Tool Engineering and our sister publication MICROmanufacturing hosted a series of Fast Track Seminars at our booth during IMTS 2010 in Chicago. Presented here are a number of the presentations filmed for online distribution.
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