Flat finishing

Flat finishing is primarily the process of using a cup wheel to machine a workpiece’s face. The workpiece is clamped in a chuck and rotated. The rotating cup wheel is then precisely advanced to the workpiece’s surface.

Precision slides allow the finishing unit to be adjusted in multiple directions — thus giving the workpiece a characteristic “cross-hatch” pattern, in addition to concave or convex adjustments. With these capabilities a flat, concave, convex, or spherical surface can be produced. One key difference between double-disk grinding and flat finishing is that, for the latter process, the tool is self-dressed during the machining of components and regular wheel dressing is not necessary. 

Supfina Grieshaber GmbH & Co. KG

Schmelzegrün 7
77709 Wolfach / Germany
+49 7834 866-0
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Supfina Machine Company, Inc.

181 Circuit Drive
North Kingstown
RI 02852-7439 / USA

+1 401-294-6600
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