Grinding"Removing or leveling material through friction using abrasive tools"
Grinding is a machining process used to remove material and improve the shape, dimensions, or surface finish of a workpiece. The process involves the use of abrasive materials such as grinding disks, sanding belts, grinding wheels, or grinding stones to remove material, such as irregularities, through friction and wear.
Grinding is a versatile machining process that is essential in the surface finishing of metal materials. It helps enhance the quality, durability, and performance of a wide range of products and components.
Together for the best grinding solutions
Q-Fin offers innovative machines for efficient grinding of metal surface components, including steel, aluminum, and stainless steel sheets, after cutting processes such as laser, plasma, and water jet cutting. Our machines are cost-effective, high-speed, and user-friendly, ensuring perfect material removal and compatibility with various manufacturing processes.
Why grinding with Q-Fin?
- Effortless grinding
- Preparation for further processing
- Cost savings
- Adjusting grinding pressure yourself
- Uniform and precise
Our solutions for Grinding
For deburring, edge rounding with R2+, non-directional and line finishing of sheet metal parts up to 1200 mm wide.
Suitable for deburring, applying a Radius 2+ and finishing of sheet metal parts up to 600 mm wide.
For deburring, edge rounding and finishing of sheet metal parts up to 1200 mm wide, all in one compact, lightning-fast machine.
Extremely fast deburring, edge rounding and finishing with this machine suitable for sheet metal parts up to 800 mm wide.
The small powerhouse for deburring, edge rounding and finishing sheet metal parts from 10 to 200 mm wide.
The best semi-automatic machine for grinding, deburring, edge rounding and finishing metal parts.
The budget-friendly mobile table grinder that can be used for deburring, edge rounding and finishing metal sheet components.
Discover our other applications
Removing the hard layer left on the cut edge after cutting, formed by reacting with oxygen