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Within the general field of machining, there is a rough but recurring division between (a) Toolroom practice and (b) production practice (the making of large numbers of duplicate parts). It is the difference between manufacturing itself and the tool-and-die work that is done in support of the manufacturing. Anecdotal examples of similar distinctions can probably be found here and there throughout human history, but as a widespread part of the “fabric” of material culture, this distinction (and the terminology with which to talk about it) has evolved since the Industrial Revolution, and most especially since the advent of armory practice and later mass production.
A Toolroom is the lifeline of any industry indulged in engineering and manufacturing. And a good Tool room Wheel is boon to that Tool Room. New developments and repair & maintenance of Die, Moulds, and machinery parts are the most essential part of a healthy industry.
Most commonly used tool room grinding wheels consists of
Grinding wheel selection chart helps in selection of grinding wheel to be used and guide the customer to select grinding wheel types and take a decision on the basis of grinding wheel grade chart
We are manufacturing a wide variety of toolroom grinding wheels. These are used to give the cutting edge of tools particular shape with the desired angle. Operations are carried out at the periphery of
They are generally made by white and pink aluminum oxide grains and are ideal for grinding heat sensitive metals as well as the cast iron alloy. These grinding wheels are perfect for moderate to heavy in feed rates, rapid stock removal, and precise contouring. It is generally used for dry grinding application (without the use of coolant).
Cup Wheels is one of the most widely used types of tool room Grinding Wheels