Resin grinding wheel plays a pivotal role in the kingdom of abrasives. Any one of its own properties is particularly important. The hardness of the resin grinding wheel is closely related to its application range. Let’s take a look at the effect of hardness on the application.
The hardness of the abrasive wheel refers to the ease with which the abrasive particles on the surface of the abrasive wheel fall off under the action of grinding force. The hardness of the grinding wheel is soft, which means that the abrasive grains of the abrasive wheel are easy to fall off. The hardness of the abrasive wheel is hard, which means that the abrasive grains are difficult to fall off. The hardness of the abrasive wheel and the hardness of the abrasive are two different concepts. The same abrasive can be made into different hardness grinding wheels. It mainly depends on the performance and quantity of the binder and the manufacturing process of the grinding wheel. The significant difference between grinding and cutting is that the grinding wheel is “self-sharpening”. Choosing the hardness of the abrasive wheel is actually choosing the self-sharpening of the abrasive wheel. It is hoped that the sharp abrasive grains will not fall off too early, nor will they become dull and not fall off.
As can be seen from the above summary, we should pay attention to the corresponding problems when using it. In particular, the size of the hardness will directly affect its application range. Therefore, we must pay attention to the content of these appearances when we are producing. In this way, it can be used more smoothly in the future and the scope of use is wider.