Titanium grinding solutions

  • 30-Jun-2008 09:37 EDT
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The characteristic toughness of titanium, which makes it a material of choice, also means it is difficult to machine and to deburr. When conventional bonded abrasive technology is used for deburring, grinding wheels are damaged quickly, and generated heat causes the titanium swarf to melt and re-attach to the component as weld splatter. Splatter can result in the scrapping of high-value components. Engis’ diamond electroplated grinding points provide a cool grinding solution. The electroplated grinding points and wheels come in both natural and synthetic diamond in diameters from 0.5 to 550 mm, and can be designed and manufactured to customers’ specifications.

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