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Wheels used for grinding operations can range widely in their shape, size and configuration The successful application of grinding wheels will depend both on a thorough understanding of the grinding process and the wheel configurations Figure 45 shows some of the available shapes for conventional (left side) and superabrasive (right side) wheels It is clearly seen that conventional wheels are often entirely made of abrasives, whereas only small sections of the superabrasive wheel contain abrasives As superabrasive wheels are very expensive compared to conventional abrasive grain wheels, it is not economical to make the entire wheel with abrasives, as is common for conventional wheels Hence, superabrasive wheels are often designed with a core section that does not have any abrasives The abrasive only forms a layer of a few millimetre thickness on the outer section of the core, and their shape is partly regarded as the standard wheel configuration During grinding operations for different wheel configurations, extra care should be taken when selecting the grinding face; if the wrong side is engaged to the workpiece, it may damage/break the wheel and can thus subject the operator to unsafe conditions Apart from the wheel shape and configurations, the user must also take account of the outside diameter, height, width of the abrasive, bore size and other dimensions as necessary A standardized system of letters and numbers is used to mark bonded abrasives, indicating the type of the abrasive, grain size, grade, structure, concentration, bond type and the thickness of the abrasive layer Table 42 shows one type of marking method in a block diagram that is generally used in wheel marking systems
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Fig 45: On the left are shown some common types of solid grinding wheels made using conventional abrasives
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[7], whereas on the right are shown typical shapes of standard metallic rim configurations for superabrasive wheels [17]
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This coding system simplifies all technical specifications of the bonded abrasive required for the wheel, and it is normally designed slightly differently for conventional and superabrasive wheels as indicated in Figure 46 and Figure 47 In the superabrasive wheel coding system, the diamond/ CBN concentrations replace the structure and the thickness of the abrasive layer added at the end Usually, wheel coding systems use acronyms A, C, B and D to represent abrasive types for aluminium Table 42
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Standard method for marking wheels [1]
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X Grain size X Grade X Structure X Bond type X Manufacturer s no (optional)
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oxide, silicon carbide, cubic boron nitride and diamond, respectively However, manufacturers also often use their own acronyms to distinguish the variety of specific abrasive types available within the same group Table 43 lists out some examples Table 43 Some examples of specific abrasive types and their acronyms used in the standard wheel marking system
Abrasive Type Brown fused alumina White fused alumina Rose fused alumina Black silicon carbide Green silicon carbide Cubic boron nitride metal coated Cubic boron nitride microcrystalline Natural diamond Synthetic diamond Synthetic diamond metal coated Acronym A WA GA C GC CBC CBM D SD SDC
Abrasive Group Aluminium oxide
Silicon carbide
Cubic boron nitride
Diamond
Boothroyd [22] has suggested that the following general guidelines be used for the selection of a grinding wheel: 1 Aluminium oxide for steels and silicon carbide for carbides and non-ferrous metals 2 A hard-grade wheel for soft materials and a soft-grade wheel for hard materials 3 A large grit for soft and ductile materials and a small grit for hard and brittle materials 4 A small grit for a good finish and a large grit for getting the maximum metal removal rate 5 A resinoid, rubber or shellac bond for getting a good finish and a vitrified bond for obtaining the maximum metal removal rate 6 Avoid choosing a vitrified bond for surface speeds greater than 32 m/s
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