Electrochemical Grinding Makes a Point Production

According to electrochemical grinding (ECG) solutions provider Tridex Technology, a part of Glebar Company, grinding sharp points onto needles used in surgical procedures can be challenging using conventional methods. Oftentimes, the needles must be masked for handling, requiring additional steps in the production process.

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Electrochemical machining and electrochemical metal

ElectroChemical Machining (ECM) is the generic term for a variety of electrochemical processes. ECM is used to machine workpieces through the anodic dissoultion of metal. The process is used in aerospace engineering and the automotive, construction, medical equipment, microsystem and power supply industries.

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What is Electrochemical Grinding and How it Works

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Electrochemical Machining (ECM) Working Principle

The ECM process is used for die sinking operation, profiling and contouring, drilling, grinding, trepanning and micro machining. It is used for machining steam turbine blades within closed limits. Advantages

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Electrochemical Grinding: Working, Application,

Electrolyte grinding is a modification of both the grinding and electrochemical machining. In this process, machining is affected both by the grinding action and by the electrochemical process. Hence, in the true sense, it may be called mechanically assisted electrochemical machining. Working Principle of Electrochemical Grinding. In Electrochemical grinding, the metal

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What You Need To Know About Electrochemical Grinding

Basically, it is a combination of an electrochemical process and a grinding process used for metal removal. You may also hear it referred to as anodic machining or electrolytic grinding. In the process, the part of a cathode is played by the grinding wheel, while the

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Electrochemical Grinding Diagram, Working, Advantages

Electrochemical Grinding (ECG) Introduction to Electro Chemical Grinding ECG also called electrolytic grinding is similar to ECM, except that the cathode is an electrically conductive abrasive grinding wheel instead of a tool shaped like the contour to be machined

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