7/18/2019

July 2019 Product Spotlight: Grinding

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This month’s Modern Equipment Review Spotlight focuses on grinding and abrasive machines and equipment.

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Nagel Precision, Okamoto Machine Tool Works, United Grinding North America, and Weiler Abrasives Group will be exhibiting new technology at IMTS 2020 in Chicago this September.

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The image gallery above, based on Modern Machine Shop magazine’s Modern Equipment Review Spotlight, features a selection of the product releases we have recently published about grinding and abrasive equipment, ranging from heavy-duty superfinishing machines to cylindrical grinding machines to flap discs. More can be found in our Zone dedicated to grinding technology.

Swipe through the gallery for details about each product, and follow the caption links for more information. Products featured in this month’s spotlight come from the following companies:

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