Grinding Equipment

Grinding is a machining process that takes a very light “cut” using abrasive media—typically an abrasive grinding wheel. Grinding wheels with different grit sizes achieve rougher or finer grinding passes, according to the needs of the application. When precise accuracy and/or surface finish are required, grinding is often used as a finishing process after some other metalworking operation. Grinding is also an effective process for machining workpiece materials that are too hard for milling or turning. Grinders for round parts include cylindrical and centerless grinders. Grinders for flat surfaces are called surface grinders. Form grinders move the work and/or the wheel in various axes to grind surfaces that are precisely contoured. Grinders used to create and sharpen cutting tools are called tool & cutter grinders.
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Putting the “Feed” in Zero-Defect Through-Feed Grinding

An automated grinding, inspection and packaging cell churns out two fragile automotive parts per second with zero defects.
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When Grinding Is Like Turning

This shop leverages a high-speed peel-grinding process that resembles turning to effectively grind challenging materials such as carbide. Inherently low grinding forces mean high material-removal rates are possible.
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ID, OD, Face, Taper, Radius, Contour Grinding in Single Chucking

Eastec 2017: Hardinge Grinding Group, a subsidiary of Hardinge Inc., will showcase its USACH 100‐T4 machine for ID/OD precision cylindrical grinding in a variety of industries.



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