GRINDING

Grinding

Getting to Know Glebar

This grinding machine manufacturer recently consolidated its three U.S. operations into a new facility in New Jersey and added a range of new production machining equipment.

Grinding

Lessons in Grinding

A two-day event at United Grinding’s headquarters highlighted a range of new grinding strategies and approaches for many of today’s challenging applications.

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Cylindrical Grinder Provides Three Parallel Spindles

Available from United grinding, the Studer S122 internal cylindrical grinding machine is designed for the production of small to medium-size workpieces in small- and large-scale production.

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CNC Grinder Series Supports High Production

Okuma’s GPW/GAW grinder series is now equipped with the company’s intelligent OSP-P300G CNC control.

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Large-Part Grinding: Two Key Technologies

Developments in steady rest and in-process measurement technologies enable effective grinding of huge crankshafts.

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High-Volume Grinding System Enables Lights-Out Operation

Designed for high-volume precision grinding, Glebar’s GT-610 CNC automatic centerless in-feed/through-feed grinding system features full CNC dressing capability.

Aerospace

New Hybrid Unites Additive Manufacturing and Grinding

A machine performing surface and profile grinding, along with milling and laser metal deposition, is believed to be the world’s first hybrid grinder.

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Internal Grind Machines: Maintaining Components’ Alignment

This article outlines the importance of this alignment, explains how to recognize the symptoms of misalignment and describes what corrective steps to take. The author, Bill Bednarski, is an applications engineer at Saint-Gobain Abrasives in Worcester, Massachusetts.

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Surface Grinder with Overhead Dresser Performs Rough, Fine Grinding

As part of its Wizard series of surface grinders, Kent International USA offers the WMA1 programmable downfeed grinder with automatic compensate overhead dresser.

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Aligned for Precision

To precisely condition the form, shape and finish of an inside diameter of a workpiece, no machine tool outperforms an ID grinder if (and only if) key components of this grinder are properly aligned. This article outlines the importance of this alignment, explains how to recognize the symptoms of misalignment and describes what corrective steps to take.