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Applications Support Technical abrasive application expertise is available at no cost to all Moore Tool customers. If you have a jig-grinding problem, describe the details to us: Work piece material Work piece hardness Type of finish required Specific problem Our grinding wheel specialist will provide recommendations for wheel type, abrasive, grit size, speed and feed rate.

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Moore Grinding Wheel Types Conventional Abrasive Gold Line ABN Super Abrasive Electroplated CBN and Diamond High Speed Electroplated CBN and Diamond Resin Bon CBN Metal Bond CBN High Speed Metal Bond Bottom Grinding Wheels Carbide Burrs Special Order Mandrels Note: wheels are offered in inch and metric.
Conventional Abrasive Aluminum Oxide (AL203) and Silicon Carbide (SiC) abrasive Low cost and easily dressed and trued. Shorter wheel life than super abrasives. Principle advantage – can be dressed into special configurations for form, radius and angle grinding.
Electroplated A single layer of ABN or CBN abrasive that is bonded to the wheel shank with a layer of nickel electroplate. Cannot be dressed. Least expensive of the super abrasive bond structure with shortest wheel life.
Goldline ABN Super Abrasive (Amber Boron Nitride) Recommended for grinding low and high-carbon steels, high-chrome and high-speed tool steels (O Series, M Series, D Series, DA Series, Powdered Metals, Cast Iron) Particularly suited for long, uninterrupted cuts common in continuous path jig grinding. Aggressive cutting. Provides finer surface finish when chop grinding.
CBN Super Abrasive (Cubic Boron Nitride) ABN Super Abrasives. Recommended for grinding low and high-carbon steels, high-chrome and high-speed tool steels (O Series, M Series, D Series, DA Series, Powdered Metals, Cast Iron) Particularly suited for long, uninterrupted cuts common in continuous path jig grinding. Aggressive cutting. Provides finer surface finish when chop grinding.
Diamond Super Abrasive Recommended for grinding carbides, ferro-ceramics, reinforced resins, sapphire and glass, as well as super-tough alloys. Only practical solution for grinding tungsten carbide. Particularly suited for long, uninterrupted cuts common in continuous path jig grinding. Aggressive cutting. Provides finer surface finish when chop grinding.
Resin Bond Resin bond combines an epoxy bonding material with the abrasive grains distributed evenly throughout the matrix. As the wheel wears, new abrasive grains are exposed to the work piece. Particularly well suited for dry grinding. Required periodic dressing and truing. Generally not used for aggressive stock removal.
Metal Bond Uses a metal filler in a high temperature bond. Abrasive granules are distributed uniformly throughout the matrix. Stronger bond then resin and provides better abrasive particle retention. Stands up well under aggressive grinding conditions. Ideally suited for grinding small holes. Superior surface finish. Longest lasting super abrasive bond structure and generally most versatile and cost effective.
Carbide Burr Diamond pattern end cut. Low cost. Used for stock removal. Soft steels and cast iron. Can be coated for longer wheel life. Back to Top
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