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Professional processing of metals for the purpose of manufacture of specific parts of machines or tools, is a process made up of many necessary steps. Thanks to them, the developed product conforms to specific requirements, and may be used as foreseen. Until now, we have discussed milling, turning and machine cutting, the first stages of production; their purpose is providing the processed material with its desired shape. Grinding in turn is one of the last stages of production; it is regularly carried out by our plant. This is what this material will cover.

Grinding of details, toothed wheels, surfaces

This is nothing short of finishing work of specific surfaces, e. g. flat or shaped ones. In case of our company, this is the finishing work of the entire, metal surface of the product. The objective of this work is the removal of excess material, unevenness or roughness of the material. In certain cases, grinding is used to provide the materials, including details, for instance, of toothed wheels, with specific dimensions and shapes.

Grinding tools

Surface grinding and profiling may be carried out by manual methods (for periodic grinding of small surfaces) and automatically (for large-scale production).

Automatic material grinding requires grinders, high-power, high-speed and high-prevision detail processing machines. Such devices emit a lot of heat, hence, they must be cooled appropriately. Profiling of the surface itself is the work of built-in machines, grinding wheels. They are mostly made of corundum, diamond, silicon carbide or boron carbide.

Grinding of toothed wheels

Several types of grinding exist; they are chosen depending on the type of processed surface, the fixing of the item in the machine or the placement of the grinding tool against the object.

Every grinding method is suitable for the final processing of a different part, e. g. toothed wheels are ground by shape or centreless grinding, as these are small parts that require precision machining. Flat surface products such as metal plates use non-rotation methods. Rotation methods in turn are used to make cynical or conical objects.