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  • Steel Powder - Cosmoquest Forum

    For an artwork I want to do I need powdered steel or iron. Of course I can order it from an artist or chemical supplier, but I don't need very much and don't want to have to bother with shipping. I've thought about grinding up fine steel wool into bits small enough to paint on, and then rust. What're some other options? Do any stores that can be found in a reasonable sized city carry powdered ...

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  • Sharpening carbide and grinder selection

    Mar 21, 2001 · to finish grinding with diamond and to clearance the steel shank away from the carbide in the case of brazed on tooling. Borazon (Norbide and other trade names) is boron carbide. It's a "superabrasive" like diamond, but it's unsuitable for grinding carbide. Borazon is specifically designed for grinding hardened high speed steel such

  • Safety/Danger of Grinding Galvanized Metal - Finishing

    The steel base metal gets red hot on occasion locally (right at the grinding or cutting wheel) meaning it is 1600-1800 °F. Zinc melts at about 790 °F and boils to vapor at about 1650 °F. Therefore zinc oxide vapor can absolutely be created by grinding galvanized steel without "melting" the base metal in a welding operation or otherwise.

  • Eight tips for effective grinding

    Jun 03, 2013 · Take stainless steel. Ask any machinist about stainless, and he'll say how gummy the material is, and as such has much different machining characteristics. Grinding basically is a machining operation; the cutting edges (that is, the grains) and chips are just smaller.