7/26/2018

July 2018 Product Spotlight: Grinding

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This month’s Modern Equipment Review Spotlight focuses on various grinding machines and equipment for all sorts of applications. 

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The image gallery above, based on Modern Machine Shop magazine’s Modern Equipment Review Spotlight, features a variety of grinding machines and related equipment from DMG MORI (Taiyo Koki), Holroyd Precision, Innovative Products of America, Erwin Junker, Lach Diamond, Star Cutter and United Grinding.

Swipe through the gallery for details, and follow the caption links for more information about each item.

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