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World-Class Grinding Machines

United Grinding offers total grinding solutions that make you more productive and profitable. A member of the German Schleifring group, United Grinding is North America's largest and most com- plete source for world-class grinding machines grinding machine

Machine tool that uses a rotating abrasive grinding wheel to change the shape or dimensions of a hard, usually metallic, workpiece. Grinding is the most accurate of all the basic machining processes.
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, Jung, Maegerle, Mikrosa, Schaudt, Studer, and Walter. These precision German, Swiss, and US machine tools address almost any grinding need: tool and cutter; surface, profile, and creep-feed grinding; and all types of cylindrical and noncylindrical ID/OD grinding.

Contact: United Grinding, 510 Earl Blvd., Miamisburg, OH 45342; Ph: 937-847-1214; Fax: 937859-1115; Web: www.grinding.com; or Circle 189.

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