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7/23/2010

Video: What is Blanchard Grinding?

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This footage demonstrates rotary surface grinding of large parts.

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Blanchard grinding, or rotary surface grinding, offers a quick way to precision-grind one face of a large piece of stock. The workpiece in this video of Blanchard grinding from TCI Precision Metals measures 120 inches along the diagonal between opposing corners.

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