In engineering and manufacturing, a Toolroom Grinding Wheel is everything related to tool-and-die facilities and methods, in contrast to the factory floor and production line activity.
For people not familiar with these fields, in order to understand the specialist usage, some explanation is needed:
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 Grinding wheel 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.
Surface grinding wheels – Surface grinding wheel selection is done mainly on the basis of the hardness of the job to be ground.
Surface grinding wheel for normal hardness- Normal metal like Mild Steel which is not hard in nature.
Surface grinding wheels for hardened steel – Hardened steel or any hard metal are grinded by wheels of the comparatively softer grade. Our wheels at most of the places are giving better results than Norton grinding wheels.
Bench grinding wheels – Most common size of bench grinder wheels used are
6-inch bench grinder wheels
7-inch bench grinder wheels
8-inch bench grinder wheels
We are manufacturing a wide variety of toolroom grinding wheels. These are used to give the cutting edge of tools a particular shape with the desired angle. Operations are carried out at the periphery of
1) The Plain wheels
2) The face of cup wheel
3) Dish wheel edges.
They are generally made of 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).