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7/31/2018

Custom Abrasives, Dressing Tools Enhance Grinding Productivity

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IMTS 2018: Meister Abrasives will be displaying products that can be custom-tailored for grinding quality, precision and productivity. 

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Meister Abrasives will be displaying products that can be custom-tailored for grinding quality, precision and productivity. Products on display include the company’s HPL anti-friction abrasive products, which are formulated to eliminate part burning while maintaining grinding productivity. The company’s hybrid-bonded, long-lasting precision dressing tools are said to reduce process variability while improving quality and productivity. Double-disc, fine-grinding wheel products can be customized for grinding ultra-flat and parallel surfaces. Swiss-quality, vitrified cubic boron nitride (CBN) and diamond abrasive wheels range to 1,225 mm (approximately 4 ft.) in diameter.

The company also offers custom-tailored grinding and dressing products to resolve issues facing the automotive, fuel injection, aerospace, bearing, medical, energy and semi-conductor manufacturing industries.

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IMTS 2018 Exhibitor

Meister Abrasives USA

North, Level 3, Booth 237341

View Showroom | Register Here

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