Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science
Author’s Name : S Rajkumar | M Sasikkumar | R V Ramachandran | T Sabariguru | M Vinothkumar
Volume 02 Issue 04 Year 2015
ISSN no: 2348-3121
Page no: 1-4
Abstract— Honing is an internal finishing technique that uses abrasives on a rotating tool to produce extremely accurate holes that require a very smooth finish. Where abrasive sticks are mounted in a rotating tool. Honing is a finishing process, in which a tool called hone carries out a combined rotary and reciprocating motion while the work piece does not perform any working motion. Most honing is done on internal cylindrical surface, such as automobile cylindrical walls. The honing stones are held against the work piece with controlled light pressure. Here the stick mark had reduced in the honing process hence the rejection of work piece had reduced and productivity increases.
Keywords— Honing machine, stick mark, spindle,abrasive stick
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