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Double Disc Grinding
Double disc grinding is an efficient method of stock removal that results in very high precision parts. Using opposing abrasives wheels, the double disc quickly removes equal stock from both sides of a part. By grinding both sides, double disc grinding has the added benefit of relieving internal stress on material, making it easier to machine.
“The Blanchard Grinder is generally recognized as the quality machine tool for surface grinding where maximum production, finish and accuracy are prerequisites.”
from “The Art and Practice of Blanchard Grinding”
Blanchard grinding is the preferred choice for jobs with heavy stock removal, one side grind, or parts too large for a double disc grinder. A rotary surface grinder, the Blanchard rapidly removes material from one side of a part at a time to result in precision parts with the signature crosshatch finish. Our maximum capacity grinder can hold up parts that measure up to 42 inches diagonally.
Swing on Blanchards
- 26" under the wheel
- Automatic saw capacity to 14" square
- Size to+/- .0002
- Flat and Parallel .0001
- Perpendicular .0002/inch
- Surface Finish to 16 RMS
- Some pick up and drop off assistance possible!
- Pick up
and delivery charges may apply.
What Our Clients Say:
Just Some Guy
Brian is just awesome. I am so happy to have met him-but we all know it's Jillian who runs the place.
CEO at Mighty Metal
I thought I was getting a Mighty good job before - then I went to Bourdelais Grinding and found out what quality really means... I was Mighty happy!
CEO at FlexCo
Boor-Duh-Lay? What kind of name is that? If they changed the name to "Mr Grinding" I could pronounce it better. But no matter what they call it - I couldn't have a better job.