In our grindaix magazine, we regularly publish interesting articles around grinding. We not only deal with the aspects of lubricoolant supply during grinding, but rather integrate them into the overall context of this complex processing task. In addition to the technical basics, our articles always contain valuable tips from our many years of experience. We always know what we are talking about, because we create our magazine articles based on our own experience and knowledge.
Whether you are interested in grinding or searching for specific information, in our Grindaix magazine there is an interesting article for every reader.
Our technical contributions
The multifunction nozzle developed by the Grindaix team consists of three main nozzles: the cooling nozzle to cool the grinding wheel, the cleaning nozzle to clean the grinding wheel coating from clogging and abrasion and the so-called GRX-LAS Liquid-Air Spoiler.
A high-tech company based in the south of Cologne set out years ago to develop and distribute product solutions to avoid waste in the use of operating materials in industrial production.
Flow measurement is part of the metrological determination of a volume flow Q or mass flow m=ρ∙Q. This is done in dependence of a measuring cross section A of a closed pipeline or an open channel.
The volumetric measuring method is based on the measurement of partial quantities of a medium to be measured. The medium passing through a defined measuring chamber or via an analogous rotation of measuring blades is added up.
In displacement meters, the movable measuring walls are driven by the medium to be measured. The movement is detected and counted.
With this type of flow measurement floating bodies, spring washers or flaps are exposed to the flow. After the differential pressure method, variable area flow measurement is one of the most frequently used methods.
In electromagnetic flow measurement (EMF), an electrical voltage is generated by the interaction between the flow velocity of a liquid and a magnetic field. This principle is based on Faraday's law of induction.
Basically, the concept of artificial intelligence is technically misplaced in this context. Artificial intelligence describes the academic endeavours of humans to research the human brain and its performance and to map it with the help of computer-aided methods.
Production technology is increasingly characterised by the use of computer-supported knowledge management systems. A distinction is made between expert systems that pursue a deductive learning approach and inductive optimization methods.
The first step in context is to start the implementation as soon as possible and not to wait for a competitor to come up with a solution. Because this solution, if it would be accessible at all, can certainly not be simply copied or purchased at the push of a button.
As already described in Chapter 3 (AI - How to proceed), the algorithms for the successful application of machine learning in production engineering require the highest possible number of good data. Good data are data whose values are basically as correct as possible.
In addition to the many good possibilities and high potential benefits of artificial intelligence in production technology, there are also risks to be considered when implementing such capability tools.
The biggest obstacle to the implementation of digitisation technology at present is the often prevailing irritation of the decision-makers responsible for production as to how the project should be approached at all.
In addition to emulsions of various concentrations, in which various additives are used, the use of grinding oils is also familiar. The areas of application, advantages and disadvantages, as well as the most important selection criteria for cooling lubricants have been put together for you.
rinding machines are state-of-the-art machining centers that are indispensable for producing a perfect surface finish today. By using computer-aided CNC controls, these high-performance machines also work completely automatically.
Although grinding is a widely used manufacturing process, it is complex and in many places it carries the risk of making mistakes, with an effect on efficiency and component quality in all cases. What should be considered in detail and what are actually the most common mistakes when grinding, you can read here.
Grinding creates a great amount of heat, which occurs due to process-related friction. This heat must be dissipated reliably, which is why grinding processes require reliable cooling. What is important here, you can look up here.
Coolant hoses are common for conducting coolant in the machine tool. However, not all types of hoses are suitable for every application. We provide an overview of the possibilities of coolant supply with coolant hoses.
The need to supply grinding processes with lubricoolant is easy to understand. But what are the tasks of the coolant and exactly what are the challenges in the coolant lubricant supply?
Thermal edge zone damage due to microstructural changes - commonly known as grinding burn. We explain the material-technical background and give first approaches for the prevention of grinding burns.
Why are components ground and what are the options? For which cases is a grinding necessary? These questions are dealt with in our article "Grinding of components"
Cool the grinding process properly! That's easier said than done. We have put together what you need to know about the various parameters and which supply solutions are suitable or unsuitable.