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Diamond wheels (grindstones and grinding wheels)

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Features

Resinoid-bond wheels

These grinding wheels use an organic binding agent consisting primarily of thermosetting phenol resin.
They offer an exquisite balance of grinding performance and surface roughness.

Metal-bond wheels

These grinding wheels use a binding agent consisting of an alloy of copper, nickel, iron, tungsten carbide, cobalt, and other materials.
They have excellent abrasion resistance because of their superb grain retention.

Vitrified-bond wheels

These grinding wheels are manufactured with pores for virtually no elastic deformation and with glass and other inorganic binding agents.

Electroplated wheels

The abrasive grains are fixed to the base metal with electroplating.
This method makes it easy to fabricate tools with complex shapes because the abrasive grains are electroplated following the shape of the base metal.

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Applications

  • Components for wind-power generators
  • Die and mold machining
  • Electronic semiconductors
  • CFRP and other machining

Resinoid-bond wheels

  • Resinoid-bond wheels are easy to use and have good cutting ability, as they deliver both reasonable grain retention performance and good abrasion resistance.
  • This versatile bond makes the wheels applicable in a wide range of fields.
  • The bond's elasticity gives high workpiece surface quality, in terms of finished surface chipping, etc.
  • Truing and dressing are relatively simple.
  • Although generally used for wet grinding, they can be used for dry grinding in certain conditions.

Metal-bond wheels

  • Metal-bond wheels are ideally suited for solid-axle surface grinding and honing.
  • They are also excellent for form grinding and profile grinding that requires grain retention and abrasion resistance.
  • They are perfect for grinding steel, cast iron, die steel, and similar materials.

Vitrified-bond wheels (CBN, borazon)

  • The inclusion of pores give these wheels excellent cutting ability with low grinding force.
  • These wheels are suitable for precision machining.
  • Truing and dressing are relatively simple and can be done simultaneously.
  • Applications include grinding materials that are difficult to cut.

Electroplated wheels

  • Electroplated wheels permit high-efficiency, high-speed grinding.
  • They are ideal for grinding forms with complex shapes.
  • Inexpensive electroplated wheels can be manufactured quickly.
  • They offer superior cutting ability compared with multilayer bonds, such as resinoid bonds and metal bonds.

FAQ

What kind of dressing methods are there for your diamond wheels?
Methods include:
- Brake control devices
- Crush rollers (metal bonds)
- Stick methods
- Abrasive blasting methods
- Electric discharge and electrolytic methods (metal bonds)
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