Woodworking Tools, Diamond Grinding Wheels, CBN Grinding Wheels
|FOB Price:||US $88 / Piece|
|Min. Order:||20 Pieces|
|Min. Order||FOB Price|
|20 Pieces||US $88/ Piece|
|Production Capacity:||25000 pieces each day|
|Transport Package:||by Carton|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, Paypal, Western Union|
- Model NO.: Type 1A1, 14A1, 3A1, 11V9, 12V9, 14A1, 14F1
- Abrasive: Superabrasive
- Types: Cutting Wheel
- Cylindricity: <1
- Technics: Sinter
- Trademark: SUEMNG, BONDFLEX, SAILI
- Origin: Jiangsu China
- Material: Diamond
- Shapes: Section Shape
- Grain Size: 100#
- Circular Degree: <1
- Working Style: Cutting
- Specification: EN 12413
- HS Code: 68042210
Resinoid diamond Wheels
Resinoid bonded grinding wheel is made by bonding diamond grit together with the use of a resinoid bond. As resinoid bond, those of the phenol resin type and thepolyimide resin type are used, Hitherto binders of the phenol resin type were commonly used. Resinoid bonded grinding wheel have a good elasticity, and distinguished for their fine surface finish and high grinding performance and highly effective.
Polyimide wheel is recommended for heavy grinding and creep feed grinding
**Cylindrical, centerless, surface and internal grinding of carbide tools, cutters, dies, gages, etc.
**Grinding chip breaker grooves
**Grinding threads in carbide taps and gages
**Sharpening carbide reamers, drills inserted tooth milling cutters, etc.
Cut-Off and Slotting
**Cutting sintered carbide to size where fast cutting is important
Off Hand Grinding
**Sharpening single point tools where fast cutting action is required.
**Grinding new carbide single point tools on a production basis.
Resinoid CBN Wheels
CBN tools permit metal cutting at feeds and speeds much higher than conventional cutting tools materials. CBN tools are also being used to turn, bore and face hard materials, which previously could be formed only by grinding. Because CBN tools maintain a sharp cutting edge, part surface finishes are excellent, close tolerances are easy to maintain, and dramatic productivity increases can be expected.
Hardedned ferrous materials (HRC 45 and harder)
Alloy Steels: 1055, 4140, 4340, 8620, 52100
Tool Steels: M-2, M-42, T-15, O-2, A-2, D-2, S-5
Chilled Cast Iron
High temperature alloys (HRC 35 and harder)
Nickel-base alloys: Inconel, Rene, Monel, Incoloy, Waspaloy
Cobalt-base alloys: Stellite, Colmonoy, Wallex