LUM Series Superfine Vertical Roller Grinding Mill
LUM Series Superfine Vertical Roller Grinding Mill

stone stamping grinding

  • metalworking

    grinding uses an abrasive process to remove material from the workpiece. a grinding machine is a machine tool used for producing very fine finishes, making very light cuts, or high precision forms using an abrasive wheel as the cutting device. this wheel can be made up of various sizes and types of stones, diamonds or inorganic materials.

  • stone rubbing

    stone rubbing is the practice of creating an image of surface features of a stone on paper. the image records features such as natural textures, inscribed patterns or lettering. by rubbing hard rendering materials over the paper, pigment is deposited over protrusions and on edges; depressions remain unpigmented since the pliable paper moves away from the rendering material.

  • stamp mill

    a stamp mill or stamp battery or stamping mill is a type of mill machine that crushes material by pounding rather than grinding, either for further processing or for extraction of metallic ores. breaking material down is a type of unit operation .

  • high-speed grinding

    high-speed grinding hsg is a rail care concept developed by the company stahlberg roensch from seevetal, is based on the principle of rotational grinding and serves to grind rails at up to 100 kilometres per hour 62 mph .

  • medway megaliths

    the coffin stone is located about 400 metres north-west of little kits coty house, and is also around 250 metres away from the pilgrims way. the coffin stone is a rectangular sarsen measuring about 4.40m by 2.80m, and is at least 50 cm thick.

  • burnishing metal

    on burnishing drills there are 4 or more lands, similar to reamers. burnish setting, also known as flush, gypsy, or shot setting, is a setting technique used in stonesetting. a space is drilled, into which a stone is inserted such that the girdle of the stone, the point of maximum diameter, is just below the surface of the metal. a burnishing .

  • jato stone grinder

    jato is a traditional tools to grind grains,maize etc. it is a type of rotary hand quern . it consists of two round stones disc of which the bottom part is attached to the ground or the floor in the house, attached disc or lower disc are immovable and has a big nail or wood mani or bell in the centre to keep the top stone in place while grinding.

  • honing metalworking

    a honing stone is similar to a grinding wheel in many ways, but honing stones are usually more friable, so that they conform to the shape of the workpiece as they wear in. to counteract their friability, honing stones may be treated with wax or sulfur to improve life; wax is usually preferred for environmental reasons.

  • sharpening stone

    sharpening stones, water stones or whetstones are used to sharpen the edges of steel tools and implements through grinding and honing. examples of items that can be sharpened with a sharpening stone include scissors, scythes, knives, razors, and tools such as chisels, hand scrapers, and plane blades.

  • domboshaba

    grinding stone. this is a milling stone which was used at domboshaba to grind tobacco, ground nuts and sorghum. reaffirming the notion that the site was a very prominent trading centre occupied by iron age farmers. quern stones work in pairs. the lower stationary stone is called the quern, while the upper mobile is called a hand-stone. the .

  • abrasive

    depending upon the abrasive and how it was used, dressing may involve the abrasive being simply placed under running water and brushed with a stiff brush for a soft stone or the abrasive being ground against another abrasive, such as aluminium oxide used to dress a grinding wheel. truing is restoring the abrasive to its original surface shape .

  • ground stone

    in archaeology, ground stone is a category of stone tool formed by the grinding of a coarse-grained tool stone, either purposely or incidentally. ground stone tools are usually made of basalt , rhyolite , granite , or other cryptocrystalline and igneous stones whose coarse structure makes them ideal for grinding other materials, including plants and other stones.