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  • 3M™ Cubitron™ II Depressed Center Grinding Wheel, T27, 125 mm x 7 mm x 22.2 mm

    3M ID XC991187995
    • Engineered to cut faster and last longer than competitive ceramic products
    • Triangular shaped ceramic grain wears evenly, runs cool, and optimizes mineral breakdown, for extra-long life
    • Reduces changeouts and downtime in robotic and pressure-assisted applications
    • Rigid, reinforced resin-bonded wheel slices through almost all materials including stainless steel, mild steel, and aerospace alloys
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    Specifications
    Attribute Name
    Value
    Bonding Type
    Resin
    Brand
    Cubitron™ II
    Center Hole Diameter (Metric)
    22,23 Millimetre
    Form Type
    Right Angle
    Grit
    36
    Industries
    Metalworking
    Max RPM
    12250
    Mineral Type
    Precision Shaped Ceramic
    Product Form
    Wheel
    Sub Industries
    Metal Fabrication
    Wheel Type
    Type 27
    Product Details
    • Engineered to cut faster and last longer than competitive ceramic products
    • Triangular shaped ceramic grain wears evenly, runs cool, and optimizes mineral breakdown, for extra-long life
    • Reduces changeouts and downtime in robotic and pressure-assisted applications
    • Rigid, reinforced resin-bonded wheel slices through almost all materials including stainless steel, mild steel, and aerospace alloys
    • Wheel must have a maximum operating speed greater than or equal to the maximum speed of the power tool used
    • Must be used with ANSI-approved guard that fits the size of the wheel

    3M™ Cubitron™ II Depressed Centre Grinding Wheel is constructed of 3M Precision Shaped ceramic grain to offer a fast cutting and long lasting rigid bonded wheel. Our grinding wheels are specially formulated for use on stainless steel, mild steel, and aerospace alloys.

    Cuts Fast and Cool
    We made our 3M™ Cubitron™ II Depressed Center Grinding Wheel to perform at a level that surpasses competitive wheels in both cut and life to deliver significant gains in productivity. Experience the power of 3M Precision-Shaped Grain to provide a cool, extra-sharp, quick cut long after other wheels are consumed.

    Ideal for Robotic Weld Grinding
    In medium and high-pressure applications like robotic weld grinding, it's important to choose a high-performance abrasive that cuts fast and lasts long. The self-fracturing mineral in 3M™ Cubitron™ II Depressed Center Grinding Wheel will keep your robot grinding welds long after other abrasives call it quits, reducing downtime and maximizing efficiency.

    Grinding Wheel: Tips for Optimum Use
    A grinding wheel is a rigid resin-bonded wheel that is approximately 1/4" thick and is useful for removing welds from internal angles. Fiber discs, on the other hand, typically work best for grinding welds on flat surfaces. A grinding wheel must be run on a right angle grinder with a wheel guard that is designed specifically for the size of wheel used. Type 27 wheels have a depressed center to allow grinding at any angle without damaging the surrounding surface with the attachment. The grinding wheel must have a maximum operating speed greater than or equal to the maximum speed of the grinder used.

    3M Precision-Shaped Grain Maximizes Cutting Potential
    3M™ Cubitron™ II products have raised the bar for high-performing abrasives. Our team of 3M engineers started with 3M™ ceramic abrasive grain and used proprietary precision-shaped grain technology to maximize cutting potential. Precision-shaped grain continually fractures into super-sharp points and edges that slice cleanly through metal like a knife, rather than plowing as traditional abrasives do, ensuring extended high performance in heavy-duty production applications. The grains wear evenly and provide extra-long life and consistency with less grinding pressure. We are proud to say that 3M™ Cubitron™ II abrasives outcut and outlast competitive ceramic abrasives, maximizing productivity and minimizing operator fatigue.