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2/2/2015

February 2015 Product Spotlight Slideshow: Grinding

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Click through this slideshow for a sampling of grinding equipment, ranging from hand tools and abrasives to complete grinding systems.

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The Modern Equipment Review Spotlight in Modern Machine Shop’s February issue focuses on equipment used for grinding—a versatile process that relies on abrasive media to remove material. The slideshow below highlights a selection of grinding technologies, ranging from ID grinding machines for large parts down to the abrasive wheels used at the cutting edge. Visit the Grinding Zone for case studies, application stories and additional products. 

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