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Abrasive Belts, Burs, Wheels and Blades

Understanding Grinding Wheels

First in a series of articles written exclusively for White Cap customers, this article  provides a basic understanding of grinding wheels, their construction, how to choose the best wheel, and how the right combination of an adhesive and abrasive can make or break a job.

To learn more about how to choose the right abrasive wheel for any job, maintenance tips, and safety best practices, check out Abrasive wheel Selection and Applications.

Abrasive Wheels Selection and Applications

Sometimes ensuring your project’s success and your client’s satisfaction can be as simple as choosing the right tools. That’s why it’s important to understand how different abrasive wheels work, their different applications, and how to select the right abrasive wheel. Whether you’re working with extremely hard materials or need a custom surface finish, choosing the best and safest abrasive wheel is crucial.

White Cap has created a series of articles to help you select the right abrasive wheel for any job you undertake. We’ll guide you through the different aspects of selecting a wheel, explain its components, and how to achieve specific results. For an overview of abrasive wheels, their anatomy, and construction, read our article, Understanding Cutting Wheels.
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