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  • How a Grinding Wheel Works
    Grinding wheels for portable power tools belong the 'resin bonded' family of bonded abrasives. Below is a brief description of the raw materials used in their manufacture, and an explanation of how the wheel actually works.
  • Straight Wheel
    Straight wheel grinding consist of abrasive grains bonded together by a matrix of resins, epoxy, rubber, metal, and vitrified glass materials. Straight wheels have a simple, flat disc shape without any recesses, flaring, or cups; ANSI B74.2 Type 1 or type 41 wheels fall under this group. Type 1A1
  • Consumable Insert Welding Procedure (.doc)
    be emphasized. Only rubber bonded (not resin) aluminum oxide wheels should be employed for grinding with stainless steel brushing to follow for complete foreign particle removal.
  • Surface Roughness Considerations
    . There are many types of grinding wheels such as resin-bonded, metal-bonded, vitrified, and electroplated. Grinding considerations, in addition to bond type, include abrasive size and concentration. Parameters of the grinding process such as depth of cut, orientation of grind lines, plunge vs. reciprocating
  • SteeLog (R) - A Metallurgical Dictionary
    of a material to abrasion or wear. Abrasion-Resistant Steels - A family of steel products developed for those applications involved in sliding and/or impact abrasion. Abrasive - Material for grinding, polishing, blasting, either in loose form or bonded to form wheels, bricks, or files, or applied

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