At any time, grinding problems associated with the drill sanding disc can occur in your workshop. The aim is to alleviate these problems so that production remains in progress. These 10 grinding wheel grinding problems can be manifested in two ways: through the appearance of the workpiece or the complexity of the productivity.
Typically, industrial diamonds form the surface of a grinder. This is “diamonds that do not meet the gem quality standards of color, clarity, size or shape.” Therefore, they become abrasive. However, since diamonds are the most difficult natural substances on the planet, they can damage the workpiece if not used properly.
Thermal or abrasive burns on the workpiece may manifest as slight discoloration and small cracks, and are generally cosmetic. Some burns can be severe, which in turn limits the grinding performance and ultimately breaks the workpiece. This is why it is important to control and regulate temperature during this process. To this end, the manufacturer uses a coolant. The coolant lowers the temperature while lubricating the drill sanding disc. Dry grinding is more prone to burning than wet drill sanding discs. Adjust the speed of the coolant nozzle to match the drill sanding disc speed.
Tremors often occur when inspecting parts. The unique visual (usually audible) damage pattern caused by tremor occurs through vibrations in the machine. If machine vibration is the source of the problem, some precautions can be taken. Try increasing or decreasing the speed to check if it slips on the mount. If it still doesn’t solve the problem, adjust the steering wheel. Trimming ensures smooth drill sanding discs and prevents shock marks.
The poor finish of the workpiece is an obvious problem. The more material that is removed by each individual grinding point, the rougher the surface. In this way, the finish of the workpiece will be affected. If the coolant does not remove chips from the workpiece during wet grinding, it may be that the manufacturer has loaded the drill sanding disc with too many drill sanding discs or grinding points higher than elsewhere. In these cases, choose a finer particle size and / or slow down the speed of the workpiece and the drill sanding disc.
Every problem that occurs in the workshop, whether it is a material shortage or a machine problem, is a productivity issue. If the operator takes the time to trim the machine, adjust the coolant or change the size of the sand on the drill sanding disc, then this is time consuming to make the part. The machine must be properly maintained and adjusted to keep the operation going smoothly. This is why it is best to solve potential problems during the setup process.
If you know that small things such as loose shafts or incorrect coolant levels can cause problems, you will be able to resolve them quickly. With our guide, you can now determine the type of problem you are dealing with, whether it’s based on appearance or productivity-based issues, and take the appropriate steps to resolve it.