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Grinding Head G adopts imported raw materials and special equipment, automatic production, and excellent quality. These products are designed to meet the needs of individual grinding tool applications with a wide range of grain types, sizes, hardness grades, and shapes. To select the right ceramic grinding head, it is necessary to consider the material, main application area, and specific operating requirements.
Max. RPM: 150000-201800 RPM
Diameter: 2mm=5/64", 3mm=1/8", 4mm=5/32", 5mm=3/16", 6mm=1/4", 7mm=9/32", 8mm=5/16", 10mm=3/8", 12mm=15/22", 14mm=9/16", 15mm=19/32", 16mm=5/8", 18mm=23/32", 19mm=3/4", 20mm=25/32", 20.5mm=13/16", 25mm=1", 30mm=1-3/16", 32mm=1-1/4", 38mm=1-1/2"
Shank Diameter: 3mm, 6mm
Raw Materials: Brown Fused Alumina (A)/White Fused Alumina (WA)/Microcrystalline Fused Alumina (MA)/Single Crystal Corundum (SA)/Black Corundum (BA)/Green Silicon Carbide (GC)/Chrome Corundum (PA)/Zircon Corundum (ZA)/Black Silicon Carbide (C)
Work on edges (chamfering, rounding)
Work on edges
Please try to choose an operation indoor environment and wear protective guards and goggles.
Never exceed the recommended maximum permitted rotational speed for safety reasons.
In order to have a good stock removal rate, quality of surface, and thermal loading on the workpiece, the best performance would be with a recommended cutting speed of 15-20m/s.
Don't push and increase the pressure during the processing to achieve a finner surface looking, but try to switch to different grit flap wheels.
The clamping length between shank and grinders should be more than 15mm.
Never exceed the maximum safe speed when the shank is extra long. Try to consult your sales to check the safety rotating speed before use.
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