our centerless grinding advantage

Our Centerless Grinding Advantage

Due to eminent request for bar perfection, we brought up our unique centerless grinding advantage: that is to bring your bars to the right precision and tolerance.

our centerless grinding advantageDue to the extent request of different industries and manufacturers for bars with the right precision, diametrical tolerance, and surface finish, we extend our centerless grinding capabilities with the implementation of CNC machines and automated control system to bring bars to their right surface finish. All at cost-effective rates!

Consistency is one important factor when handling bars; distortion is a BIG no. The good thing about centerless grinding is that it acts like a black magic in transforming deformed workpiece into one whole new perfect bar in a single pass only. This grinding method takes a very abrasive process in cutting away unnecessary parts of the workpiece as it’s held between rolling grinders and flown out of the machine completely ground with consistent straightness and accurate diametrical tolerance.

We heard the demands from different industries and our centerless grinding capabilities can bring all these advantages:

Incredible Steel Crafting

The notion behind treating centerless grinding as a “black magic” is its way of holding the workpiece without centers but still can get the desired finish and precision. The method? It’s the use of three-point positioning in which bars are rigidly held between the grinders above the work blade. It will just take few but accurate adjustments to make sure bars are supported within the grinding process. During the abrasive grinding action, excess parts are cut away and bars are ground to achieve that precision roundness, tight diametrical tolerance, and fine polish – things which we are capable to do!

Correcting Surface Errors

Eliminating errors in bars is its main priority and the rest will follow. If the challenge is either to grind long round bars or complex parts – our centerless grinding got all the solutions to that. For grinding long round bars, we use through-feed grinding in which bars are pulled past by the regulating wheel continuously grinding it until it’s flown out of the opposite side completely ground. For complex parts, we opt for plunge grinding or the in-feed method which allows grinding even of the smallest diameters to correct the surface. Abrasive grinding of material is done through a tangential feed of the grinding wheel.

Multifunctional Under One Roof

Centerless grinding, by far, is considered as the most multifunctional grinding method of all machining operations. The machine used and support implemented (as mentioned above) are responsible of performing essential machining solutions to save bars from deformation. Aside from grinding, it can perform turning, cleaning, buffering, and polishing which other machines can’t do. That is why centerless grinding is better recommended for operators who prefer more on multiple functions, less lead times.

Cost-effective Operation

One good thing about centerless grinding is it does not need much of an astounding preparation when it comes to cost but still can leave bars fully furnished to their right precision – which is why it’s totally cost-effective for operators! Being multifunctional, it can bring all the the necessary work in a single pass with regard to consistency in bar’s cut, roundness, and diameter tolerance.

We adhere to quality upon doing our machining services and production of products. Quality inspection is consistently laid out at each end phase of our operations. Moreover, we grasp full understanding of the fundamentals in grinding to make sure we can target specific standards in steel crafting.

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3 thoughts on “Our Centerless Grinding Advantage

  1. That’s cool that centerless grinding is cost effective for operators. That can be a really good advantage in the long run. However, I do wonder what type of maintenance this type of equipment requires.

  2. Any problem has a solution. I was interested to read your solution to grinding long bars. I wonder if the material of the grinding wheel would change the speed of the process at all. Then again, you probably would want to choose a material that gets you the best quality finish.

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