Hi,

Can someone direct me to an easy to understand way of determining the best surface grinding wheels?

I went into Norton's web site to find I needed to choose between the following;

Wheel type,

Diameter,

Thickness,

Arbor size,

Surface Texture,

Grit,

Abrasive Material,

Norton Style,

Abrasive grade,

Bond,

Once you choose a category, there are sub-sections within each.

The first few are easy but when it gets into the details I get lost.

Thanks for the help.

Just trying to get educated.

Can someone direct me to an easy to understand way of determining the best surface grinding wheels?

I went into Norton's web site to find I needed to choose between the following;

Wheel type,

Diameter,

Thickness,

Arbor size,

Surface Texture,

Grit,

Abrasive Material,

Norton Style,

Abrasive grade,

Bond,

Once you choose a category, there are sub-sections within each.

The first few are easy but when it gets into the details I get lost.

Thanks for the help.

Just trying to get educated.

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