How the Cylindrical Grinding Process Works. During the cylindrical grinding process, the machinist sets the piece of metal between two centers, called head and tail stocks. When the machinist operates the machine, the cylinder rotates in one direction. Then, the grinding wheel moves in the opposite direction at a different speed to start grinding.
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External cylindrical grinding is one of the most common grinding processes and is mainly used for grinding rotationally symmetrical workpieces. It differs in the type of workpiece clamping and feed directions: Peripheral cross grinding between centers Peripheral longitudinal grinding between centers
The cylindrical grinder is a type of grinding machine used to shape the outside of an object. The cylindrical grinder can work on a variety of shapes, however the object must have a central axis of rotation. This includes but is not to such shapes as a cylinder, an ellipse, a cam, or a crankshaft. How does a cylindrical grinder work