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How to process non-magnetic stainless steel on a grinder?

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Processing stainless steel on a grinding machine varies depending on the material. For non-magnetic stainless steel, special fixtures are required for fixation.

Here are some specific steps:

  1. Fixture Selection: For non-magnetic materials, we need to use special fixtures such as mechanical fixtures, vacuum chucks, etc. for fixation to ensure the material is stable during processing. When selecting fixtures, consider the style, shape, and size of the workpiece to ensure they can accommodate various complex processing requirements.
  2. Processing Procedure: Initial grinding should be as coarse as possible, and finally finishing with a fine grind to ensure size and precision.
  3. Use of Coolant: During the grinding process, the use of coolant can effectively cool, reduce workpiece thermal deformation, at the same time take away grinding grains and swarf, prevents workpiece scratches.
  4. Grinder Adjustment: During the grinding process, the grinder should be adjusted regularly to ensure that the surface being ground meets the requirements of size accuracy.
  5. Inspection Work: After each stage of processing is completed, the workpiece should be inspected in time to ensure its size and shape meet design requirements.

Through these steps, non-magnetic stainless steel can be effectively processed on a grinding machine.