The surface quality of the honing pipe is good and the cutting allowance is small.

- Oct 13, 2018-

The surface quality of the honing tube is good.

The surface of the honing pipe is cross-web, which is more conducive to the storage of lubricating oil and the maintenance of oil film. It has a high surface support ratio (the actual contact area between the hole and the shaft and the ratio of the area of the joint between the two), so that it can withstand large loads and wear resistance, thereby improving the service life of the product. The honing speed is low (one tenth of the grinding speed), and the oil stone is in surface contact with the hole, so the average grinding pressure of each abrasive grain is small, so that the heat generated by the workpiece is small when honing, and the surface of the workpiece is almost No thermal damage and metamorphic layer, small deformation. The honed surface has almost no sand and extruded hard layers.

Wide range of honing tubes

Mainly processing various cylindrical holes: through holes, axial and radial interrupted holes, such as holes with radial holes or slots, keyway holes, spline holes, blind holes, multi-step holes, etc. In addition, with a special honing head, it is also possible to machine tapered holes, elliptical holes, etc., but because the boring head has a complicated structure, it is generally not used. The cylindrical honing tool can be used to honing the cylinder, but the margin of removal is much less than the margin of the inner honing. Honing can be used to process almost any material, especially diamond and cubic boron nitride abrasives, further expanding the application of honing and greatly improving the efficiency of honing.

Less cutting allowance for honing pipe processing

In order to achieve the precision required by the drawings, honing is the processing method that removes the least amount of allowance in all processing methods. In the honing process, the honing tool uses the workpiece as a guide to cut off the excess allowance of the workpiece to achieve the required precision of the workpiece.