WE ARE GOING TO AERODEF, SEE US THERE FEBRUARY 25TH-27TH

Posted by Monday, February 24th, 2014 @ 9:02 am

Abrasive Technology is excited to be exhibiting at the AeroDef Manufacturing show and conference from April 25th-27th in Long Beach, California.  As a manufacturing company we are looking forward to the Keynote Speech ” The Lure of New Materials and the Corresponding Reality of Manufacturing at Cost and Rate”.

At Abrasive Technology, we take a customer specific approach to the design and manufacture of material removal tooling for both cutting and grinding operations.  Whether your materials are metals, composites, ceramics and either leading edge or tried and true we strive to understand your business and process needs to provide a cutting tool and/or grinding wheel suited to you.  We custom manufacture Diamond and cBN grinding wheels/tools in a variety of bonds (brazed, plated, resin, metal) including on flexible substrates for finishing operations.  As well as PCD and PCNB cutting tools.

Stop by our booth 745 to meet Chad Wolfe, Joe Estrada and Brad Warnock, and allow us to start the conversation about your material removal needs, including meeting cost and rate targets.

Follow us on Twitter @AbrasiveTech, we will be live tweeting with #Aerodef

You can plan your trip around AERODEF at 

aerodef-post1-resized-600

Topics: , , , , , ,

SHARING ELECTROPLATED BOND TECHNOLOGY WITH FUTURE ENGINEERS

Posted by Friday, September 14th, 2012 @ 10:09 am

Abrasive Technology welcomed students from The Ohio State University College of Engineering to its Central Ohio headquarters for a Shadow Day.  Students spent a hands-on day with AT engineers and team members learning about how a superabrasive tool is manufactured – from the order first being placed all the way to the finished diamond tool leaving the facility.

Students ended the day with a basic understanding of the electroplated bonding process, as well as their own personalized diamond saw blade.

Abrasive Technology and The Ohio State University share a commitment of excellence in the field of engineering and a passion for continuing education for a smarter manufacturing workforce.

Topics: , , ,