Grinding Equipment for Production, Flexibility, Automation

This month’s curation of products focuses on grinding machines and related equipment.


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Click the photo above to view the February issue’s Modern Equipment Review Spotlight slideshow.

Our February issue’s Modern Equipment Review Spotlight includes grinding equipment for a variety of applications. Of course, there are grinding machines like the Kellenberger Varia, whose larger workspace enables a greater number of possible configurations for internal, thread or out-of-round grinding. But our curation also includes other types of equipment such as Vomat’s FA series oil filtration system, which is said to completely separate clean and dirty grinding oil, or Suhner’s BEX spindle, which attaches to a robot arm for automated grinding of mild steel.

Click the image above to be taken to a slideshow featuring these and other grinding products with links to more information. 


  • Getting The Most From Creep-Feed Grinding

    No other process can do what creep-feed grinding can do. Recent tests show even more can be gained by optimizing every element of a creep-feed system.

  • A Model Camshaft Grinding Process

    Optimizing a camshaft lobe grinding cycle has traditionally been based less on science and more on educated guesswork and numerous test grinds. Now, computer thermal modeling software can predict areas where lobe burning is likely to occur, in order to determine the fastest possible work speed that won't thermally damage lobes and greatly reduce the number of requisite test grinds.

  • Advanced Grinding, Plain and Simple

    Advanced grinding equipment gives this shop the flexibility and automation it needs to serve customers with either rapid-response or high-volume jobs.