Characteristics of electroplated tools

Electroplated tools differ from bonded tools (resin bond, metal/vitrified bond) in a number of essential aspects:

As a rule, electroplated tools only have one grit layer.

  • The grit layer is difficult to dress.
  • The concentration is very large, it can be reduced only to a certain extent.
  • The individual grit is retained very well, and the grit free-stand is virtually perfect (cutting volume).
  • Allowing highly complex profiles to be plated.
  • The wheel bodies can be regrained.

Production is difficult for smaller grit sizes (< 30 µ).



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