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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
1385118 Global Industrial Star Tool Supply Not Provided Silicon Carbide Abrasive Dressing Stick 1 X 1 X 8"
19-906 Allied Electronics, Inc. EAO SWITCH Not Provided DRESSING TOOL
01-906 Allied Electronics, Inc. EAO SWITCH Not Provided Accessory, EAO,Dressing Tool for Aligning Buttons
2512-RD1R ASAP Semiconductor GC Not Provided Wire Dressing Alignment Tool
LMO DCH.91.121.PN PEI-Genesis Lemo Not Provided DRESS NUT TOOL GEG.0S.240.LC
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  • Natural Diamond Single Point Dressing Tools: Where, When, and How to Use Them
    Natural Diamond Octahedron single point dressing tools are "Trick Tools" in a positive fashion. They can open a grinding wheel so it can grind faster, aggressively, and cooler. They can also be used to condition the wheel to give better flatness, finishes, and tight tolerances. They are plentiful
  • Software Review: Dressing up 3D Designs
    new ways to manipulate images. For example, Merge To HDR combines many images of the same scene with different exposures into a single image. And new filter and color-correction functions can help repair under and overexposed images. As in previous versions, selection tools range from the Lasso
  • Choosing the Right Diamond Tool for Your Applications
    When dressing simple forms, nearly any tool type will suffice, though grit tools work well. Grit tools provide significantly longer tool life, which reduces dressing costs. Single point and grit tools are not typically used when dressing intricate forms, as the metal surrounding the diamond(s
  • Superior Superabrasive Wheels and a Cost-down Strategy Pay Off in Round Tool Grinding Operations
    , materials and machines, these wheels are reducing cycle times and lowering wheel-dressing requirements. That level of performance, in turn, is reducing total grinding costs by as much as 30 percent compared to other "high-performance" wheels. For example, in the machining of one-inch diameter, five
  • No More Spaghetti, Please
    Integrated robot dress packs, or umbilicals, combine power and data cables, as well as pneumatic and hydraulic hoses, into a single protective jacket. The units are slowly replacing conventional "spaghetti " methods of dressing industrial robots with loose bundles of individual cables and hoses

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