We can grind diameters as small as 1.0mm, we can grind to a surface finish of .2 µ mm, all to within tolerances of 0.0025 mm. Our jig grinding expert has over 35 year’s experience; such expertise and experience would be hard to match anywhere else. Quality is guaranteed. Or. Can we help you! Capability Detail; Typical jobs: seal diameters, gate ares, radii, arc’s pockets, tapers, accurate
We grind parts made from almost any category of metal and provide quality metrics per customer specifications. Our jig grinding capabilities allow us to grind straight or tapered holes up to 6.0” in diameter with tolerances as close as +/-0.00005” and finishes as fine as 2 microinches. Our CNC jig grinding expertise allows us to process complex geometries to a very high degree of precision.
A jig grinder is a machine tool used for grinding complex shapes and holes where the highest degrees of accuracy and finish are required. The jig grinder is very similar to a jig borer, in that the table positioning and spindles are very accurate (far more so than a manual milling machine or lathe). It is almost exclusively used by tool and die makers in the creation of jigs or mating holes and pegs on dies.
We grind parts made from almost any category of metal and provide quality metrics per customer specifications. Our jig grinding capabilities allow us to grind straight or tapered holes up to 6.0” in diameter with tolerances as close as +/-0.00005” and finishes as
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Grinding jigs gives you control of the sharpening. A jig is a device in which you mount your edge tool to achieve a controlled sharpening. Tormek’s jigs are developed to give an accurate and safe grinding of most edge tools. You can smoothly sharpen your specific tool to your desired shape and angel, and replicate your sharpening if needed.
Jig grinding provides excellent surface finish results and tolerances in the 1 to 2 micron range for profile accuracy. In addition, jig grinding is significantly faster than previously achieved on competitive machines, due to specialized software and hardware
Called Ray KSK 1000, this jig grinding unit is distributed by AmeriSwiss Corporation (Scottsdale, Arizona). It's designed to fit a 40- or 50-taper, horizontal or vertical machining center spindle. The coordinate grinding head is used with an exchangeable fixing cone that is secured by the machining center drawbar. The KSK 1000 is available in two sizes capable of grinding a maximum bore diameter
Cut a 10" strip from your plywood that's at least 19" long. This is the raw stock for your base and two upper cleats that hold the sandpaper. Next setup the fence or cutting guide to cut the 2" wide cleat from the piece you just cut. Then cut the first cleat and repeat
I N PART ONE of the article on tool sharpening, I showed a jig for grinding small drills. In response to requests to the editor the drawings are now being published. It should be pointed out that this jig does a good job, but it is not easy to align the drill in the pin chuck. The exact same problem existed using the old 'Wishbone' jig. I would be very interested if anyone who makes it can
Reg. Home Made Grinding Jig Jean Michel 2001-11-25 1" = 1" Jig to grind bowl and spindle gouges.(dif. grinds) Baltic Birch Ply 1/2", 1/4", 3/4" nom. 1 of 1 NOTE: Try to make parts that are the same at the same time attached together to make both pieces identical to have a straight jig. (Like the two sides & two ends) Pre-drilled 13/64" to be
GRIER’s JIG grinding mounted wheels are specially formulated and precision made and for this precise craft. JIG grinding can be performed on many materials, including steels (hard and soft), stainless steel, non-ferrous materials, cast-iron, glass, ceramics,
To make a finishing cutter proceed as for a roughing+finish cutter but rather than using the 10° guide, use the miter (or the edge of the jig) to accurately grind a small land at 0°; very little material is removed so just touch the bit to the wheel and check to see how you did. Again, this should be very narrow to avoid chatter. The finishing cutter should be used to take small cuts of only a couple thou, mainly it is used