Cylindrical grinding

Fundamental principles

Within cylindrical grinding, differentiation is made between external and internal cylindrical machining. During external cylindrical grinding, the workpiece is machined after being clamped on one side or between two centres. Internal cylindrical grinding is primarily used for machining cylindrical or tapered bores.

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External cylindrical grinding

During external cylindrical grinding, the workpiece is machined after being clamped on one side or between two centres.

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Internal cylindrical grinding

Internal cylindrical grinding is primarily used for machining cylindrical or tapered bores.

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Peel grinding

During external cylindrical grinding, the entire grinding allowance can be removed during one grinding pass. This procedure is referred to as a peel grinding.

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Grinding with multiwheel

The SCHAUDT's proprietary multiwheel technology, all cylindrical features of a workpiece can be ground in a single plunge.

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Robot automation

For especially superproductive applications, grinding machines can be outfitted with a compact robot that is protected against oil and water in accordance with IP 67.

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