The High Intensity Grinding Course is a three-day course on grinding with conventional and superabrasives.It is aimed at those who already have at least some experience in grinding and want to obtain an in-depth understanding of production grinding.
CIS Products We specialise in CNC Precision workshop production tooling, our core focus and expertise lies in all products used in the "machining envelope", we conveniently group these into Workholding, Toolholding, Indexable Cutting Tools, Solid Cutting Tools & Oils & Lubricants.
N.L Roper & Sons Ltd has 44 years experience in precision flat lapping, flat grinding and polishing. We serve a number of industries including aerospace, medical, motorsport and defence offering a competitive service to our customers with the emphasis on quality and customer care.
Stone Polishing Equipment (Commercial) This is a kit with all resin pads, grinding wheel, felt disc and backer pad. see also wet polishers. BD-2320 WAP Kit . The BD-2320 WAP pneumatic wet polishing tool is designed for continuous production applications and improved safety.
At Engis, we can engineer the right solution to meet your application challenge. Whether you're looking for a complete lapping and polishing system or simply a lapping machine, lapping plate, diamond slurry or tube of compound, we can satisfy your needs.
Lapping is a machining process in which two surfaces are rubbed together with an abrasive between them, by hand movement or using a machine.. This can take two forms. The first type of lapping (traditionally called grinding), involves rubbing a brittle material such as glass against a surface such as iron or glass itself (also known as the "lap" or grinding tool) with an abrasive such as ...
Polishing and buffing are finishing processes for smoothing a workpiece's surface using an abrasive and a work wheel or a leather strop.Technically polishing refers to processes that use an abrasive that is glued to the work wheel, while buffing uses a loose abrasive applied to the work wheel.
Chatter A phenomena that produces periodic marks on the workpiece and sometimes associated with audible sounds during grinding. Caused by vibrations that originate with the rotating grinding wheel, spindles, slides or other components of the machine tools.