An abrasive stone is generally used for stock removal. The abrasive stone consists of several layers of bound abrasive grains (Fig. 1). Each of the many abrasive points act as a cutting tool and break off as soon as it is blunt (Fig. 2). This exposes a new, sharper grain. The honing process produces optimal bores within a very short time. This is a cost effective and strong alter native to:
Fig. 1: The abrasive coating consists of several grain layers used one after the other.
Fig. 2: Each grain breaks out of its bond precisely when the grain point is blunt.
Fig. 3: A surface structure with crosswise serration is produced by a combination of rotary and linear movement.
Cost savings and low amortization time due to: