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Carlene Laird has been grinding her teeth at night for so many years, she even remembers as a child her mother telling her the grating noise traveled through walls, waking both her parents.
Also blast mills, pinned-disc mills, universal mills, and classifier mills for fine grinding, plus fluidized-bed jet mills for ultrafine grinding down to 2 microns.
Programming allows the operator to teach the grinding system to automatically execute the same operations that would be performed manually.
in his presentation, "Maximizing Pressure-Assisted Gate Removal Operations," the application of high pressures at a constant feed rate with a hydraulic or motorized feed system allows fast material removal rates with the added benefits of increased belt life, cooler grinding temperatures and improved dimensional tolerance.
CK and CT series have tangential-cutting chambers for grinding bulky parts.
The automatic transfer of the casting to the grinding or cutoff workstation may use belt or vibrating conveyors, overhead monorail or power and free conveyors, indexing or walking beam mechanisms to transfer and position castings at the workstation.
Trim-press granulators are for grinding thermoforming skeletons in-line or out-of-line.