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High-Speed Grinding - Fundamentals and State of the Art in Europe, Japan, and the USA

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Author(s)

F Klocke, E Brinksmeier, Christopher J. Evans, T Howes, I Inasaki, E Minke, H Tonshoff, J A. Webster, D Stuff

Abstract

This paper describes the technological basis and the current state of the art in the field of high speed grinding. The technological fundamentals of high speed grinding are first of all presented on the basis of the kinematics of the chip-forming process. The paper then goes on to consider energy aspects. The requirements which this innovative production technology imposes on machinery and tools are then presented. Finally, the state of the art in the field of high speed grinding in Europe, Japan and the USA is discussed by reference to new machine developments, examples of machining applications and test results.
Citation
Annals of the CIRP
Volume
46
Issue
No. 2

Keywords

grinding, grinding machines, grinding wheels, High speed grinding

Citation

Klocke, F. , Brinksmeier, E. , Evans, C. , Howes, T. , Inasaki, I. , Minke, E. , Tonshoff, H. , Webster, J. and Stuff, D. (1997), High-Speed Grinding - Fundamentals and State of the Art in Europe, Japan, and the USA, Annals of the CIRP (Accessed April 16, 2024)
Created March 31, 1997, Updated October 12, 2021