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Diamond dressing
tools
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dressers
Electroplated diamond
and CBN tools
Hardness tester diamond
Polishing and lapping with diamonds
Diamonds for turning and milling
Polycrystalline diamond and CBN cutting tools
Anti-abrasion layers

 
DEFINITION OF
THE TERM "DRESSING"
 
     
 

Dressing is the process of putting a grinding wheel in a condition where it is technically capable of performing grinding operations. It fulfills the technical prerequisites for machining the workpiece to the required surface and dimensional quality while also taking economic aspects into account.

Conventional grinding wheels made of corundum, sintered aluminum oxide or silicon carbide consist of a hard grainy abrading medium which is bonded by a binder under the influence of pore space to form a solid, abrasive "body".

Such a "body" can usually be found in grinding processes in the form of a rapidly rotating, disc-shaped tool. The grinding wheel must be conditioned in order to ensure that it can indeed perform machining operations on the workpiece with its peripheral active surface. Today the term "conditioning" is generally used to refer to the combined processes of dressing and cleaning grinding wheels.

These two processes serve to put the grinding wheel in an operational condition prior to its initial operation or further use.

 
     


Diamond dressing
tools


NSS
tabula
rotula
rotex
multigran
molegran
unogran
Form-dressing
diamonds
Manual diamond
dresser


Fundamentals


Definition dressing
Dressing with stationary diamond tools
Overlap rate
Formula generator

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