Top and bottom grinding, also known as face grinding with planetary kinematics or fine honing, is most economical when machining large series.
Insights from more and more different applications lead to the further development of machines and grinding wheels - and therefore to constant process optimisation.
The method achieves excellent workpiece geometry in terms of height tolerance, parallelism and planarity.
The time required for a subsequent machining process can often be shortened substantially.
In order to attain the required surface quality and an economically efficient removal rate, the design of the grinding wheels is of decisive importance.