YG-1 Hosts Education Event on Grinding, Machining with Superabrasives

The event is scheduled for November 17-18, 2015 at YG-1’s Charlotte, North Carolina, facility.

YG-1 America will be hosting the Industrial Diamond Association of America’s education course titled “Superabrasive Materials, Principles & Applications” at its Charlotte, North Carolina, Advanced Manufacturing Center. The two-day event is scheduled for November 17-18, 2015, with one day devoted to grinding and the other to machining.

Through technical sessions and live demonstrations attendees will learn about machining and grinding techniques, tool/wheel preparation, and properties of diamond and cubic boron nitride used to finish exotic materials like ceramics, super alloys, high-silicon aluminum, cermets, glass, metal matrix composites, carbon-carbon composites, bi-metals, hardened steel, stainless steel and other difficult-to-work materials for components in aerospace, automotive, medical and other manufacturing industries.

Event details and registration can be found at superabrasiveseducation.com.

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