Reprinted from INDUSTRIAL DIAMOND REVIEW August. 1953 Vol. 13



1030 A simple diamond wheel dressing device has recently boo'' developed in .America. It consists of a simple steel block with bearings for the dressing wheel . The stool block is favorably placed ml on a magnetic chuck. The axis of the dressing wheel should ho slightly inclined to the axis of the wheel to be dressed During dressing a downfeed of 0.001 in. is recommended . The same device equipped with a different type of silicon carbide wheel can be used for' truing ordinary grinding wheels and special holders and adapters are supplied for this purpose.

Newman Demonstrates New Dresser

Louis Newman has been in tool and die work in the Bay Area for 35 years and is sometimes referred to as the "Daddy of the Industry." He has a reputation, at any rate, for genius in the field of product design and development. Louis is a stickler for perfection, and this is how the L. Newman Emery Wheel Dresser came into being.

For many years Louis felt the need in his own shop for improvement in grinding work. He sought a means to free the bond and eliminate checks in grinding wheels, and he wanted a roof that was easy to use and maintain. His first model-made some 3 years ago- was crude, but was found from the start to give more grinding per trim than any Louis could buy!

Newman started showing his dresser to various shop foremen, a n d e a c h wanted one for his own use. He distributed dozens throughout the Bay Area before he was certain he was going to manufacture on a production basis, but the demand has made it a must, and the L. Newman Emery Wheel Dresser is now launched.

Louis Newman of Oakland (right) shows off his new grinding wheel dresser to E. L. Whittier, Principal Laboratory Technician at the Engineering Materials Lab at UC.

*At the present time there are two models. One sells for $15.50 and is designed for surface grinding; the other is for cylindrical grinding and comes with either a vertical or a horizontal stand and sells for $35. Either dresser will trim any type of wheel, Louis says. Users and dealers are invited to contact 1.. Newman directly at 1001 24th St., Oakland.

Reprinted from WESTERN MACHINERY AND STEEL WORLD, October 1951.

*Much has happened with the Newman Grinding Wheel Dressers since the above story appeared in Western Machinery and Steel World in October, 1951. There are now 6 different types of Newman Dressers and 6 different types of Newman Replacement Wheels, among which is the popular ND2-46 Newman Wheel for dressing and trueing Diamond Wheels. The Newman Grinding Wheel Dressers are now being used successfully nationally and internationally. Contact your nearest distributor for complete details or write directly to the manufacturer.

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