New Dual-Worm Grinding Wheels Enable Two Operations in One Grinding Wheel Register ico-close ico-supplier ico-white-paper-case-study ico-product ico-cad

Norton Xtrimium gear grinding wheels will be highlighted at the Motion & Power Technology Show Booth #2607, October 15-17, 2019 at the COBO Center, Detroit, Michigan. Worcester, MA, USA (July 29, 2019) – Norton ׀ Saint-Gobain Abrasives, one of the world’s largest abrasives manufacturers, announced the introduction of its new Norton Xtrimium™ range of gear solutions designed for high performance gear grinding in extreme, tight tolerance environment. The newly structured portfolio of gear grinding products is specifically designed by category to provide higher profile accuracy, supreme form holding and burn-free grinding in worm, profile, and bevel applications. Highlighting the new range is an innovative dual-worm wheel design that enables two operations in one grinding wheel, substantially saving time and cost. “In today’s increasingly stringent industry requirements for higher accuracy and improved surface finishes, our new high performance Xtrimium grinding wheels are engineered to deliver the highest quality gear grinding solutions” said Jim Gaffney, Sr. Product Manager, Norton ׀ Saint-Gobain. To download a brochure, visit (https://www.nortonabrasives.com/sga-common/files...

Push, Pull, Lift, or Rotate: There’s a Cylinder for That

This site is operated by a business or businesses owned by Informa PLC and all copyright resides with them. Informa PLC’s registered office is 5 Howick Place, London SW1P 1WG. Registered in England and Wales. Number 8860726. Pneumatic cylinders are used to generate force and power linear motion on OEM equipment of all types. They can move product directly or move the components inside a machine that act on the product. They do this by pushing or pulling, lifting or lowering, rotating, or clamping. They can produce high force and a broad range of velocities, even stalling if needed without causing internal damage. They can be manufactured to tolerate adverse conditions and repetitive washdown. And they come in various designs to meet the requirements of different applications. What follows is a description the basic types and features of cylinders. The original industrial cylinder, and still the most widely used today, consists of a tube or barrel—the cylinder—closed by sealed end pieces to form the envelope. Inside is a sealed piston. A rod attached to the piston extends through a sealed opening in one of the ends. The cylinder is mounted so it does not move and the lo...