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Dressing

Grinding is an unsteady process, which means that grinding wheels must be dressed precisely to achieve optimum results.

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Stationary dressing

for aluminium oxide and silicon carbide wheels

Dressing

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Stationary dressing

for aluminium oxide and silicon carbide wheels

Dressing

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Stationary dressing

for aluminium oxide and silicon carbide wheels

Dressing

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Stationary dressing

for aluminium oxide and silicon carbide wheels

Dressing

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front-view of the product Dressing stationary single, multi diamond

Stationary dressing

for aluminium oxide and silicon carbide wheels

Dressing

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front-view of the product Dressing stationary single, multi diamond

Stationary dressing

for aluminium oxide and silicon carbide wheels

Dressing

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Stationary dressing

for aluminium oxide and silicon carbide wheels

Dressing

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Vertical profile diamonds

for profile grinding wheels made of aluminium oxide or silicon carbide

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Hand-guided sharpening stones

for diamond and CBN grinding wheels

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Dressing of Grinding Tools for Maximum Efficiency with Tyrolit

Grinding is an unsteady process due to changes in the bond, abrasive grain and grinding wheel topography, as well as wear on the grinding wheel. These changes result in effects on grinding forces, workpiece surface and geometric accuracy. To ensure that the grinding wheel always delivers optimum grinding results, a periodic conditioning cycle must be maintained. This cycle restores the grinding ability of the wheel. By properly conditioning a grinding wheel, the subsequent grinding process can be optimized in terms of performance, cost efficiency and surface finish.

Extensive assortment for dressing and sharpening grinding wheels

The Tyrolit portfolio offers an extensive selection of dressing tools that support a wide variety of conditioning methods. From wheels for the rotating dressing of diamond and CBN tools, to upright diamond dressers for conditioning corundum and silicon carbide wheels, to dressing stones and pipes for hand-held dressing, all applications and materials are covered. Hand-held dressing sets for large-dimension bench grinding wheels in resinoid bond, which are preferably used in the foundry industry, can also support your processes.

When dressing grinding wheels, various requirements must be taken into account: to achieve the best possible results, a sufficient coolant supply must be ensured during the process. In addition, factors such as active width and overlap rate of the dressing tools must be perfectly matched. Our application engineers are available to help you design an individual solution that is perfectly fitted to your requirements.

Conclusion: Dressing is one of the most important processes for keeping the profitability and surface finish at a consistently high level. Tyrolit offers a coordinated product portfolio for every step of the process and the necessary know-how to fully equip you. This guarantees optimum conditioning of the grinding tools and thus supports the highest possible process quality.