What is the difference between resin bonded grinding wheels and diamond grinding wheels

2020-09-24 1884

Resin grinding wheel is a type of grinding wheel made of resin, such as phenolic, epoxy, polyurethane, polyvinyl alcohol, etc. Resin grinding wheel has high strength and can be used to strengthen fiber mesh and steel bars in the grinding wheel, such as cutting and grinding discs. Currently, most resin grinding wheels are not waterproof and cannot be ground with grinding fluid. Of course, there are also resin grinding wheels that require grinding fluid, such as epoxy and resin grinding wheels, which have good smoothness and are not easy to grind.

Resin grinding wheels are generally divided into general resin grinding wheels and superhard resin grinding wheels according to their abrasive properties. A general resin grinding wheel is a grinding wheel that uses general abrasives such as white corundum, brown corundum, and silicon carbide as the primary grinding components, while a superhard resin grinding wheel is a grinding wheel that uses diamond or CBN as the primary grinding component.

Resin grinding wheels are ideal for grinding high-speed steel, east-west and mold steel, as well as superheat resistant alloys above FtRC50, superheat resistant stainless steel, cermets, ceramic products, glass products, limonite, high-speed steel, alloy materials, and many other new superhard materials.

Diamond grinding wheel is a circular solid grinding tool with through holes made of diamond abrasive as the material and metal powder, resin powder, ceramic, and electroplated metal as the binder.

Diamond grinding wheel is used to grind high hardness and brittleness materials such as hard alloys, glass, ceramics, gemstones, etc.

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