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    Default Informative article on grinding

    Came across this on Linkedin from Era Steel.

    http://www.erasteel.com/sites/defaul...e_Grinding.pdf

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    Thanks Cash. The last 5-6 pages are great reference for a newbie like myself.

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    The writers took a very good line on gently promoting the merits of their own tool steels (vis a vis grindability) without overdoing it in any way. Provides real info without being an informercial. In fact, it would be an excellent resource to point people at when they come to PM forums with basic questions about grinding, wheel dressing, etc.

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    Informative article. I've been surface grinding for years but still found some solid information worth reading. Thanks for posting this.

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    the link doesnt work for me, i tried four brousers. what happened? neither does www.erasteel.com.

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    dian, it looks like the erasteel.com website is offline at the moment. It was certainly accessible a couple of weeks ago.
    Might be an IT problem, or a corporate acquisition with freezing/renaming of all official assets. Dunno.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dian View Post
    the link doesnt work for me, i tried four brousers. what happened? neither does Erasteel | Powder Metallurgy | High Speed Steels.
    I tried the links also earlier, Seem to be online now.

    Thanks for the link, some good points there if you want ultimate sharpness in hss.

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    Here's another book by Norton:

    http://www.airgraver.com/shaper/Tool...20Grinding.pdf

    Another on knurling:

    https://www.reed-machinery.com/pdf/k...ata-master.pdf

    Both are useful, I'd grab a copy before they disappear into the ether.

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    Nicely presented. Interesting to see the micro-photos.


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