What are the precautions when grinding hardware mold parts

Grinding is a process often carried out after long-term use of hardware mold parts. The abrasive particles embedded on the grind tool will finish the surface of the workpiece during the grinding process. During the relative movement between the grind tool and the workpiece, the rust and damaged parts on the surface of the hardware mold parts will be gradually ground. Flat and become smoother. After the grinding process, the hardware mold parts will have a longer service life and the processing effect will be more significant. So what are the matters needing attention when grinding high-quality hardware mold parts?

1. Pay attention to the order of using abrasives
Even high-quality hardware mold parts need to use abrasives in a certain order when grinding, from large particles to small particles, from coarse abrasives to fine abrasives. And in order to avoid the "relief" phenomenon.
2. Pay attention to the correct use of abrasives
In order to avoid scratches on the surface of hardware mold parts, only abrasives of the same particle size can be used in the same grinding tool, and the surface of the hardware mold parts must be carefully cleaned before changing the particle size each time to avoid residual large-grained abrasives in the next process Damaged parts during the process.
3. Pay attention to the correct operation of grinding of different particle sizes
When an efficient and professional metal mold parts grinder is grinding precision mold parts, when changing the grinding process of the next particle size, the grinding direction will be about 30 degrees with the direction of the last grinding, because it is not easy. Scars appear. If there are scars during the conversion operation, a thorough repair should be carried out to remove the pits.

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