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In the paper there are emphasized problems connected with the use of diamond metal bond abrasive discs at the processing of hard alloys. The reasons of cutting capacity decrease are pointed out which limit a wide-spread use of a diamond metal bond tool. It is established that for the achievement of a required productivity and quality of ready products is possible at the expense of the application of electro-chemical and electro-physical methods of stropping and also due to the improvement of abrasive disc designs. This work reports the investigations of a cutting capacity of diamond discs at the working of hard alloys by a combined method of electro-chemical grinding with simultaneous continuous stropping. As an output parameter there was accepted a cutting capacity factor of a diamond which was assesses according to the changes in effective working capacity. On the basis of the results of the experimental data processed there were obtained theoretical models of the dependence of the cutting capacity factor upon electric and mechanical constituents of the modes of combined electro-chemical grinding. A complex of investigations directed to the detection of efficient modes ensuring the stability of cutting capacity in diamond metal bond discs is carried out. It is experimentally confirmed that the application of the method of combined electro-chemical grinding with the simultaneous continuous disc stropping at working hard alloy materials allows increasing diamond disc cutting capacity by 15% in comparison with other methods of the diamond working of such materials.

grinding, metal bond, cutting capacity of diamond discs, hard alloys, diamond abrasive disc.
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