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  • MICRO: Editor's Page
    complex was coming together. The sounds of hammer on pipe, metal-on-metal drills, grinding saws,
  • Medical Device Link .
    that include deburring and metal cutting. Suited for creating surgical tools, the grinding machines have played a role in the production of bone saws, scalpels, rasps, and tweezers. This influx of medical uses for its machines had a hand in Rollomatic 's decision to make its MD &M East debut. Though
  • Impact Loads and Drives
    must maintain commanded speed. 4. Either the drive decelerates to rest or steps 2 and 3 repeat. Example applications where this applies are industrial saws cutting either lumber or metal bars, drilling, grinding, stamping, and press feeding. What they all have in common is that they experience
  • Characterization of Superabrasives Using Particle Shape (.pdf)
    Superabrasives, such as micronized diamonds and cubic boron nitride (CBN), are used extensively in applications for cutting, grinding and drilling of hard materials. Most typically, tools such as saw blades, drill bits, grinders, etc. are coated with superabrasives in order to allow the tools to go
  • Laser Facilitates Quicker, Thicker Cutting
    , turret punch presses, single-end punches, drills, saws and plate rolls. The company performs multiple operations, including welding-mig, tig, stick, spot and submerged-grinding, sanding, polishing, custom finishing and machining (milling, turning, tapping and inspection). These considerable in-house
  • New LVP Increases Output by 50%
    (mig, tig, stick, spot and submerged), grinding, sanding, polishing, custom finishing and machining (milling, turning, tapping and inspection). The extensive in-house capabilities allow Tornqvist to offer customers quick turnarounds, which earns the company a lot of repeat business.
  • Barely scratching the engineered surface
    topographical modification and coatings. Topographical modification brings surface roughness below levels possible by conventional grinding or honing. The proprietary process lowers asperity heights, producing a flatter, nondirectional surface that is less prone to microwelding and adhesive wear than

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