What are grinding wheels used for?
The abrasive aggregate is selected according to the hardness of the material being cut.
Grinding wheels with diamond or CBN grains are called superabrasives.
Grinding wheels with aluminum oxide (corundum), silicon carbide, or ceramic grains are called conventional abrasives.
Which bond is commonly used in grinding wheel?
Resin bond: Conventional abrasive resin bonded wheels are widely used for heavy duty grinding because of their ability to withstand shock load.
This bond is also known for its vibration absorbing characteristics and finds its use with diamond and cBN in grinding of cemented carbide and steel respectively.
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