Innovation of Widening Grinding and Avoiding Dressing Grinding by Using Planet-Abrasivetool

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A planet diamond abrasivetool can achieve the purpose of widening grinding area, improving the use efficiency of abrasives and reducing the cost, which doesn’t need any dressing techniques and tools. It could solve some problems of diamond abrasivetool, such as inefficiency of abrasive use, deficiency of cooling, repetitiousness of dressing and so on. This paper describes the characteristics of the planet-abrasivetool and presents an equation for grinding a curving face by the new tool on five-axis grinding machine. At last, the developmental potential of the planet-abrasivetool is predicted.

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Advanced Materials Research (Volumes 24-25)

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Hang Gao, Zhuji Jin and Yannian Rui

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279-282

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B. Yao and F.P. Mao, "Innovation of Widening Grinding and Avoiding Dressing Grinding by Using Planet-Abrasivetool", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 24-25, pp. 279-282, 2007

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September 2007

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