Grinding a Crankshaft, the way it should be. - General,
Jan 02, 2012 · The reason some Guys DON"T put back the Radius, is they have to have a flat stone to grind the Journal, and when the grinding is done, they have to Radius the stone, and that cost them, and so they just grind up to the Radius, and stop, and that leaves aCrankshaft Grinding,The crankshaft grinding wheel is secured with a hub, balanced and mounted to the machines arbor to accommodate operation at high RPMs. The surface finish on most grinding wheels is 54 grit, which is a similar specification as used for sandpaper. The most common grinding wheels accommodate an arbor size of 3”, 5” and 8” for industrial,NAXOS-UNION - Competent in crankshaft grinding - emag,NAXOS-UNION, with 130 years of experience in the manufacturing and use of grinding machines, is now the technology leader in the grinding of crankshafts for passenger cars, trucks and stationary motors and is well-known in the automotive industry and amongst motor manufacturers.