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Attached drive stem helps eliminate loosening and vibration for longer and better performance than a conventional cartridge roll
Solid construction excels at high tolerance and precision grinding
Small size enables operators to reach tight spots with high speed
Multi-layer design continually reveals fresh abrasive for longevity
Model C has an affixed 1/4˝ drive stem that protrudes about 5/8˝ into the core and is suitable for use with larger tools
Suitable for use on ferrous metals
Straight cylinder shape follows contours easily
Our Standard Abrasives™ Aluminum Oxide Precision Cartridge Roll Model C is ideal for high-speed grinding and deburring on irregular contours and other hard-to-reach areas on all ferrous metals. The drive stem is securely affixed within the roll and resin-bonded to the inner layers. This solid construction supports use with larger tools and higher pressure, and enables a smoother application.
Choose a Standard Abrasives™ Silicon Carbide Precision Cartridge Roll Model C (formerly a Kay Roll) when you need added abrasive stability for grinding or deburring applications on hard-to-reach areas of the workpiece. Its small size and cylindrical shape passes easily over and into irregular contours and enable it to reach into holes and diameters of machined parts. It is ideal for getting into grooves, slots, threads or channels, and contoured surfaces such as car parts.
The secure bond of the roll to the drive stem eliminates loosening and vibration, making our Precision Cartridge Roll especially beneficial when high tolerance and precision grinding are required. The multiple layers provide self-trimming capability during use, exposing new abrasive cutting points throughout the life of the roll. Combining an aggressive cut with durability makes this roll a great solution for edge breaking and removal of machine tool marks or flash.
Running a Cartridge Roll on a High-Speed Tool
The Model C cartridge roll has an affixed 1/4˝ stem that reaches 5/8˝ into the core and is bonded to the abrasive backing. This stem attaches to a rotary tool such as a die grinder or drill for smooth, controlled high-speed grinding. The protruded stem allows the operator to apply more pressure with larger tools.