The Daily Grind is the ARC Abrasives, Inc. blog that showcases any news, case studies, and upcoming events for the company and consumers.
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Aerospace Manufacturing and Abrasives
The aerospace industry is on the cutting edge of technology. The combination of exotic alloys and softer metals like aluminum create many unique challenges for abrasive operators. Technicians in the space are tasked with increasing efficiencies and maximizing cost savings. ARC has a solution for that.
You don’t have to fight those battles alone.
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Employee Spotlight: Patsy Patterson & Tim Meiring
“Teamwork is the ability to work together toward a common vision. The ability to direct individual accomplishments toward organizational objectives. It is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results.” – Andrew Carnegie
Every employee spotlight, we highlight employees that help fill an important role at ARC. With shared interests and a common purpose, we recognize that results only come from an amazing team.
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How To: Quick-Change Discs
Quick Change Discs are small discs with a button on the reverse side. The button allows the disc to be changed quickly with one twist, and without the use of special tools. They are used for grinding, stock removal, and deburring. Their size makes it ideal for small and restricted areas.
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Case Study: Aerospace Manufacturing And Quick-Loks
PREDATOR™ Performance Coated Quick-Loks were recently involved in a case study to help resolve an issue for a leading aerostructure manufacturer. For a more in-depth analysis, download the white paper and read about how ARC helped improve safety, increase efficiency, and further impact their bottom line.
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RPM Safety in the Metalworking Industry
When it comes to cutting, surface preparation, and blending, there are a few safety issues that need to be evaluated before an operator even starts an application. One of the glaring issues in the metalworking industry is using a product or tool with the incorrect RPM speed (Revolutions Per Minute).
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