Dressing of grinding wheels at the final stages of conditioning to achieve high surface accuracy. Dressing of grinding wheels used for profile grinding. Single point dressers vary in shanks by machine type and in the useful life of the diamond
A line of multi-point dressers was developed to meet diverse demands of truing and dressing applications
The working tip is a quadrangular pyramid with an according point angle of the diamond. Dressing grinding wheels with high-precision complex profiles or small radius of curvature
Blade type dressers vary in shapes and sizes, which allows for complex and high-precision applications
High-precision profile dressing
A working point in the form of a circle. Roller dressers are produced with natural or synthetic (MCD, PCD, CVD) diamonds that are evenly distributed throughout the working surface.
We can produce diamond roller dressers according to the customer’s drawing!
Depending on the method of hardness measurement, following indenters are produced
Rockwell – a diamond cone with 120° tip angle and 200 µm tip radius
Vickers – a quadrangular pyramid with 136º tip angle and tip tolerances +/- 2 µm
Micro Vickers – a quadrangular pyramid with 136º tip angle and tip tolerances +/- 1 µm
Knoop – a rhombical base pyramid with 172.5° and 130° tip angles
Berkovich – a trihedral pyramid with 65° and 77° tip angles
Internal grinding of hard alloys and high-speed steel with the use of liquid coolant. Grinding heads vary in shapes (e.g., cylindrical, conical) and sizes of the functional element, depending on the intended use of the tool
Used in CNC and portable engraving machines. Engraving needles vary in shanks depending on the engraving machine and point angle needed for optimum useful life of the tool. Engraving needles are produced with natural or monocrystalline diamonds, as well as high-quality PCD and CVD, which allows use of the tool on stone materials of different hardness.
Controlling dimensions during internal and external grinding. Gauging fingers are used in devices that control operations in automatic, semiautomatic machines, and automatic conveyor belts in bearing, automobile and other machine industries
Diamond burnishing tools are used to increase surface hardness and achieve the required surface finish (decrease surface roughness). Conditioning thin-walled parts with complex profiles and configurations. Increasing the precision of the geometrical shape. Decreasing microroughness height (by 4-5 times)
Produced with a shank made of strong plastic and the working area made of stainless steel. The scriber has high impact resistance. The scribers are produced with MCD (available in three sizes: 0.06-0.07ct; 0.08-0.10ct; 0.11- 0.15ct) or PCD. The scribers can be restored several times.