Used on fine grinding machines as a replacement for lapping processes for parts that require high parallelism and close dimensional control. Diameter of plates range from 450mm (17”) to over 1000mm (40”).
Used on fine grinding machines as a replacement for lapping processes for parts that require high parallelism and close dimensional control. Diameter of plates range from 450mm (17") to over 1000mm (40"). Used on machines manufactured by Stahli, Peter Wolters, Speedfam, and others.
Bonds, diamonds and patterns optimized for your application. Numerous resin bonds are available, with a wide range of diamond sizes, types and concentrations. Contact ITI for information about plates designed and tested for your application.
Metal Powder parts (MP) sintered metals used in the following industries:
- Automotive and Commercial Vehicles: Gears, bearings, sprockets, oil pump gears, and clutch plates.
- Power tools: Bearings, cams, gears, and rotor cores.
- Power transmission: Gears, rotors, stators, brake discs, and coupling plates.
- Fluid power & Industrial components: Valve plates, wear plates, seals, gears, clutches, and connecting rods.
- Consumer products: Hand tools, door locks and lock hardware, window hardware, and components for washers, dryers and refrigerators.
Stamped metal components (various metal grades) used in the following industries:
- Automotive: End plates, exhaust flanges, clutch plates and components used in electric window mechanisms.
- Medical: Medical devices, surgical medical blades, surgical scissors and knives.
- Aerospace & Marine: Gear and cam components, compressor vanes and slip rings used in electric motors.
Precision tungsten carbide & ceramic inserts used in various metal working industries servicing aerospace; marine and automotive applications:
- Milling cutters; thread mills; gear hobs; rotary turning holders and drill bits.
Pump and valve seal rings. Materials include ceramics, cermets, tungsten carbides and heat-treated steels.
Shear sitter knives and rings, materials include various grades of tungsten carbide, ceramic, tools steels and stainless steels
Other hard to grind materials:
- Composites materials
- Aerospace alloys