Cylindrical Grinding Service

We provide cylindrical grinding service for any complex production series of highly qualified parts. Our cylindrical grinder can produce to be straight, tapered, or contoured. The surface finish is depending on the hardness of the workpiece being ground, the grain of the wheel, and other factors.

Just upload your CAD file, then you’ll get an instant quote for your projects within 6 hours, We will produce and get them to your door in up to 15 days. All parts will be strictly inspected by skilled workers before express delivery.

Die Holder-Cylindrical Grinding
Cylindrical Grinding Process Flat ,Radius ,Form Precision ,Rough
Automation Capabilities CNC , Manual
Part Types Special Machine Parts
Die Components Gage
punch pins ,enjector pins
Materials Tool Steel
Stainless Steel
Tungsten Carbide
Nickel Alloy
And more
Length Up to 0.5m
Part Width Up to 0.2m
Accuracy +/-0.002mm
Parallelism +/-0.002mm
Flatness +/-0.002mm
Surface Finish 0.2μm
Inspection Instruments Inspection Instruments
Coordinate Measuring
Tool Microscope
Height Gage
Surface Plate
Gage Blocks
Slide Caliper
Typical Lead Time AS short as one day for urgent
File Formats CAD/CAM System

What is the Cylindrical Grinding

Cylindrical Grinding is a grinding process that uses a single wheel to grind the outside surface of the workpiece between the centers. It is used to remove the extra material on the workpiece surfaces and give the flat surface a great finish and accuracy.
During grinding, the grinding wheel is rotating together with the workpiece constantly in the same direction.
The cylindrical grinder is mainly comprised of an abrasive wheel, a working holding device, and a rotary table. The workpieces were fixed in the working holding table and ground by the wheel. The workpiece or the wheel is moving according to the manufacturing demands.
By feeding the wheel in or out from the workpiece, the surface of the workpiece will be affected by the wheel.
In addition, the process of cylindrical grinding is limited to machines the round parts, which means it is generally not used on parts with square or special shapes.

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