The Present and Future of Abrasive Machining 640114

Abrasive machining of parts such as engine blocks is a fast growing process that promises to replace many applications of planing, milling, and shaping. Its economic advantages, its simplicity, its speed, and the quality and attractive appearance that it gives to parts have been proved. This author suggests that only attitudinal changes in the psychological climate of design and engineering are needed for popular adoption.


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