Definition of Surface Grinding

Surface Grinding is a widely used process of machining in which a spinning wheel covered in rough particles cuts chips of metallic or non-metallic substance making them flat or smooth. Surface grinding is a finishing process that smoothes the surface of metallic or nonmetallic materials and gives them a more refined look.

Surface Grinder
A precision surface grinder is a machine tool used to provide precision ground surfaces either to a critical size or for the surface finish. The most commonly used abrasive materials for the surface of grinding wheels include: Aluminum oxide, silicon carbide, diamond, and cubic boron nitride (CBN). Modern surface grinders are semi-automated and once they have been setup, the machining process requires very little operator intervention.

Plouse manufacturing capabilities: Surface Grinding.