The use of diamond grinding tools for the processing of grey cast iron and ductile iron is very effective. Therefore, the horse ring has introduced a diamond-shaped handle with a handle as a more effective and economical grinding product, especially for the automatic grinding system.
Grinding of gray cast iron and ductile iron, smoothing and deburring are the main processes of cast iron processing. These applications require special tools to machine, in addition to the traditional tools used with angle grinders, shank grinding heads, rotary boring tools and diamond grinding heads are used in narrow areas. But which specific tool do you use to get the best results?
“If you simply say gray cast iron and ductile iron, the above three tools are all ok”
Conventional mounted points with shaft Processed cast iron is a proven, proven method of machining. Mounted points with shaft The amount of grinding when machining cast iron parts is very good, and a good machined surface can be obtained according to different meshes. Even processing special casting materials such as mineralized cast iron and sand-containing cast iron, the handle with a handle has a good processing life. Mounted points with shaft are ideal tools for manual work, and they can be ground to different sizes for different occasions.
Increasing demand for automation applications
While foundries are increasingly using automated grinding processes, when it comes to such applications, the size of the shank is smaller and smaller, making it not the best choice. At this point, the alloy rotary ram and the diamond grinding head have a clear advantage - because their size does not change.
When the customer's demand is high grinding volume but low surface finish quality, the alloy ring of the horse ring is the ideal tool, while also minimizing the amount of dust generated during processing.
Diamond mounted points with shaft is a more optimized tool to replace traditional grinding heads and alloy rotating jaws. This trend is now popular in the industry. Diamond mounted points provide high levels of grinding while ensuring high surface finish quality and making cast iron parts more efficient. Especially when processing mineralized cast iron and sand-containing cast iron materials, diamond mounted points perform better. In addition, the amount of sinking is lower and the ergonomics is improved, because of the dimensional consistency and high service life, making it more suitable for automated grinding. ---Jonas Lichtinghagen
In general, users currently prefer to use diamond mounted points for casting cleaning operations. “We are currently responding to this change in processing, and our diamond mounted points products are almost doubled,”says the German horse ring now offers the most commonly used sizes and shapes for diamond mounted points,” Jonas Lichtinghagen said.