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    (also called grinding swarf) are seldom recycled, so the kerf (cut) should be minimized. Other requirements include straight cuts and no burning. These requirements can be achieved with free-cutting, reinforced-bond cutoff wheels with either high-performance zirconia alumina or seeded-gel (SG
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    implants. The effects of chips (grinding swarf) and abrasive bond can also have a negative effect on surface quality, wheel wear, and the overall process. Abrasive-application engineers can help provide on-site control of these factors to ensure that the problems are not related to other aspects

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  • Cutting Tool Technology
    Swarf removal has become of sig- nificant importance as material removal rates have in- creased with latest tooling advances and high-produc- tion machine tools, where they may be continually fed wrought material allowing them to operate untended for 24 hours per...
  • The design of a high-fidelity disc recording equipment
    The latter arrange- ment has the advantage that swarf removal (2.5) is less necessary and that, if steel needles are used to replay shellac pressings, the needle point is sharpest at the inside of the disc where the wave- lengths are...
  • Ceramography: Preparation and Analysis of Ceramic Microstructures
    Some abrasive discs have channels, perforations, or gaps between clusters of abrasive particles to facilitate swarf removal .