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Universal Grinding: Elevating Precision with Abrasive Classifications

In the informative piece “What are the Classifications of Abrasives” from Market Prospects, the company delves into the essential aspects of abrasive tools and their classifications, shedding light on their pivotal role in various industrial applications.

Abrasives, often referred to as industrial teeth, serve multifaceted purposes including grinding, polishing, sanding, cleaning, cutting, and drilling. These tools are integral components in grinding machine parts, ensuring that processed materials meet specific technical requirements. From cut-off and grinding discs to sandpaper rolls and tungsten steel rotary files, abrasive tools come in diverse forms to cater to various machining needs.

The evolution of abrasives traces back to the use of natural millstones for processing tools like stone knives and axes. With the development of artificial abrasives around 1900, a plethora of abrasive tools emerged, revolutionizing grinding and machining processes. Notably, the self-sharpening characteristic of abrasive tools distinguishes them from ordinary knives, ensuring sustained cutting performance over time.

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