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Grinding Wheel Dresser

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000076052D
Original Publication Date: 1972-Jan-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Feb-24
Document File: 2 page(s) / 42K

Publishing Venue

IBM

Related People

Roble, RA: AUTHOR

Abstract

A grinding wheel assembly 5 is provided with an infeed stop 6, to limit travel of assembly 5 in the direction indicated in arrow A. A diamond point wheel dressing assembly 8 is adjustable in the direction of arrow B, parallel to arrow A. Workpiece 7 carried by assembly 9 moves as indicated by arrow C at right angles to arrows A and B. The diamond point of dressing tool 3 is adjusted to the radial dimension of the finished part and infeed stop 6 is set when dressing wheel 4. The dressed wheel is thereby gaged to the finished part size and, accordingly, it is unnecessary to gage wheel 4 to find the part size after the redressing operation.

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Grinding Wheel Dresser

A grinding wheel assembly 5 is provided with an infeed stop 6, to limit travel of assembly 5 in the direction indicated in arrow A. A diamond point wheel dressing assembly 8 is adjustable in the direction of arrow B, parallel to arrow A. Workpiece 7 carried by assembly 9 moves as indicated by arrow C at right angles to arrows A and B. The diamond point of dressing tool 3 is adjusted to the radial dimension of the finished part and infeed stop 6 is set when dressing wheel 4. The dressed wheel is thereby gaged to the finished part size and, accordingly, it is unnecessary to gage wheel 4 to find the part size after the redressing operation.

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