JP2014172126A - Producing method for brush-shaped grindstone - Google Patents

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JP2014172126A
JP2014172126A JP2013046982A JP2013046982A JP2014172126A JP 2014172126 A JP2014172126 A JP 2014172126A JP 2013046982 A JP2013046982 A JP 2013046982A JP 2013046982 A JP2013046982 A JP 2013046982A JP 2014172126 A JP2014172126 A JP 2014172126A
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Takashi Matsushita
俊 松下
Mitsuo Akashi
充央 明石
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B24GRINDING; POLISHING
    • B24DTOOLS FOR GRINDING, BUFFING, OR SHARPENING
    • B24D13/00Wheels having flexibly-acting working parts, e.g. buffing wheels; Mountings therefor
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    • B24D13/10Wheels having flexibly-acting working parts, e.g. buffing wheels; Mountings therefor acting by their periphery comprising assemblies of brushes
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A46BRUSHWARE
    • A46DMANUFACTURE OF BRUSHES
    • A46D1/00Bristles; Selection of materials for bristles
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B24GRINDING; POLISHING
    • B24DTOOLS FOR GRINDING, BUFFING, OR SHARPENING
    • B24D13/00Wheels having flexibly-acting working parts, e.g. buffing wheels; Mountings therefor
    • B24D13/14Wheels having flexibly-acting working parts, e.g. buffing wheels; Mountings therefor acting by the front face
    • B24D13/145Wheels having flexibly-acting working parts, e.g. buffing wheels; Mountings therefor acting by the front face having a brush-like working surface
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B24GRINDING; POLISHING
    • B24DTOOLS FOR GRINDING, BUFFING, OR SHARPENING
    • B24D18/00Manufacture of grinding tools or other grinding devices, e.g. wheels, not otherwise provided for
    • B24D18/0027Manufacture of grinding tools or other grinding devices, e.g. wheels, not otherwise provided for by impregnation
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B24GRINDING; POLISHING
    • B24DTOOLS FOR GRINDING, BUFFING, OR SHARPENING
    • B24D3/00Physical features of abrasive bodies, or sheets, e.g. abrasive surfaces of special nature; Abrasive bodies or sheets characterised by their constituents
    • B24D3/02Physical features of abrasive bodies, or sheets, e.g. abrasive surfaces of special nature; Abrasive bodies or sheets characterised by their constituents the constituent being used as bonding agent
    • B24D3/20Physical features of abrasive bodies, or sheets, e.g. abrasive surfaces of special nature; Abrasive bodies or sheets characterised by their constituents the constituent being used as bonding agent and being essentially organic
    • B24D3/28Resins or natural or synthetic macromolecular compounds
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B24GRINDING; POLISHING
    • B24DTOOLS FOR GRINDING, BUFFING, OR SHARPENING
    • B24D3/00Physical features of abrasive bodies, or sheets, e.g. abrasive surfaces of special nature; Abrasive bodies or sheets characterised by their constituents
    • B24D3/34Physical features of abrasive bodies, or sheets, e.g. abrasive surfaces of special nature; Abrasive bodies or sheets characterised by their constituents characterised by additives enhancing special physical properties, e.g. wear resistance, electric conductivity, self-cleaning properties
    • B24D3/342Physical features of abrasive bodies, or sheets, e.g. abrasive surfaces of special nature; Abrasive bodies or sheets characterised by their constituents characterised by additives enhancing special physical properties, e.g. wear resistance, electric conductivity, self-cleaning properties incorporated in the bonding agent
    • B24D3/344Physical features of abrasive bodies, or sheets, e.g. abrasive surfaces of special nature; Abrasive bodies or sheets characterised by their constituents characterised by additives enhancing special physical properties, e.g. wear resistance, electric conductivity, self-cleaning properties incorporated in the bonding agent the bonding agent being organic
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A46BRUSHWARE
    • A46BBRUSHES
    • A46B2200/00Brushes characterized by their functions, uses or applications
    • A46B2200/30Brushes for cleaning or polishing
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
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    • A46BBRUSHES
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    • A46B2200/3093Brush with abrasive properties, e.g. wire bristles

Abstract

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a producing method for a brush-shaped grindstone capable of easily controlling the sectional shape of a linear grinding material.SOLUTION: In a producing method for a brush-shaped grindstone in which a plurality of linear grinding materials 11, in which an assembled yarn 15 made of a plurality of inorganic long fibers is fixed with a resin binder 16, are held in a holder as a bundle, upon producing the linear grinding material 11, first, in an impregnation step, the assembled yarn 15 is impregnated with unhardened resin binder 16. Then, in a shaping step, the assembled yarn 15 impregnated with the resin binder 16 is inserted into a dice 61 to refine the sectional shape of the assembled yarn 15. Next, in a resin hardening step the resin binder 16 is hardened.

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  The present invention relates to a method for producing a brush-like grindstone in which a linear abrasive material in which inorganic long fibers are hardened with a resin binder is held by a holder. In the following description, when a workpiece is polished with a linear abrasive, the tip of the linear abrasive exhibits an effect close to grinding. Also, when deburring a workpiece with a linear abrasive, the tip of the linear abrasive exhibits an effect close to grinding. Therefore, in the following description, “polishing” and “grinding” are used without distinction.

  As a brush-like grindstone, there has been proposed one in which a plurality of linear abrasives obtained by solidifying aggregate yarns of inorganic long fibers such as alumina long fibers with a resin binder are held in a holder (Patent Document 1). 2). When performing deburring or polishing on the surface of a metal workpiece with such a brush-like grindstone, grinding or polishing is performed at the tip of the linear abrasive while rotating the brush-like grindstone around the axis. In producing the above linear abrasive, as described in Patent Document 1, after impregnating a resin binder into an aggregate yarn of inorganic long fibers, the resin binder is heated and cured, and then the aggregate yarn is predetermined. Cut to dimensions.

Japanese Patent Laid-Open No. 2002-210661 International Publication No. 2004/009293

  The brush-like grindstones disclosed in Patent Documents 1 and 2 use the grinding ability of the tip of the linear abrasive, but the grinding ability is affected by the waist strength of the linear abrasive. For this reason, when polishing the surface of the workpiece or removing burrs from the surface of the workpiece, set the projecting dimension of the linear abrasive material to be short and perform grinding while suppressing the deflection of the linear abrasive material. Do work. On the other hand, when performing deburring in the cross hole, since the brush-like grindstone is inserted deeply into the cross hole, it is necessary to lengthen the protruding size of the linear abrasive, so the linear abrasive is bent. It will be used in an easy state.

  In addition, as a result of examination by the inventors of the present application, in the case of a brush grindstone, the knowledge that the strength of the waist of the linear abrasive is affected by the cross-sectional shape of the linear abrasive other than the protruding size of the linear abrasive. Obtained. For example, a linear abrasive with a flat cross section is more flexible and less likely to break than a linear abrasive with a circular cross section. Therefore, a linear abrasive with a flat cross-section is suitable for deburring a surface with many irregularities on the processed surface, while a linear abrasive with a circular cross-section has a surface with few irregularities or irregularities. Suitable for polishing surfaces that do not. Further, the linear abrasive having a circular cross section is suitable for deburring in an intersecting hole where the strength of the waist of the linear abrasive is required even when the protruding dimension of the linear abrasive is long.

  Moreover, in the case of a brush grindstone, the knowledge that polishing ability and grinding ability are also affected by the cross-sectional shape of the linear abrasive material was obtained. For example, a linear abrasive with a flat cross-section has a thin cross-section thickness direction with respect to the width direction (longitudinal direction), and therefore has a self-generated action of easily breaking the tip and generating a new cutting edge. Moreover, since the linear abrasive with a flat cross section differs in the thickness method of a cross section and the ease of bending in the width direction, the behavior at the time of processing becomes irregular. Therefore, the linear abrasive having a flat cross section has an advantage that the grinding ability is high in combination with the edge effect in the width direction (longitudinal direction) of the cross section. In other words, it can be said that a linear abrasive with a flat cross-section is likely to cause scratches and has a rough finished surface.

  On the other hand, a linear abrasive with a circular cross section has a constant thickness in any direction of the cross section, so that the tip is not easily broken, and the self-generated action is lower than that of a wire with a flat cross section. In addition, since the linear abrasive having a circular cross section has a constant degree of bending in any direction, the behavior during processing becomes regular and there is no edge effect. Therefore, the grinding power is moderately suppressed in the linear abrasive having a circular cross section. Conversely, a linear abrasive with a circular cross section is less likely to be scratched and has a fine finished surface roughness. Therefore, a linear abrasive having a circular cross section is suitable for polishing a surface or the like where finished surface roughness is important. A linear abrasive with a circular cross section is suitable for deburring in a cross hole where the tip is susceptible to impact at the edge of the cross hole.

  However, as described in Patent Document 1, after the resin binder is impregnated into the aggregate yarn of inorganic long fibers, the method of heat curing the resin binder can appropriately control the cross-sectional shape of the linear abrasive. Have difficulty. That is, when the aggregate yarn of inorganic long fibers is driven by a roller or the like, when the aggregate yarn is loosely pressed against the roller, the aggregate yarn has a circular cross-sectional shape, and a linear abrasive with a circular cross-sectional shape is manufactured. The In contrast, when the aggregate yarn is strongly pressed against the roller, the aggregate yarn has a flat cross-sectional shape, and a linear abrasive with a flat cross-sectional shape is manufactured. Therefore, in the conventional manufacturing method, there is a problem that it is difficult to control the cross-sectional shape of the linear abrasive and it is difficult to control the characteristics of the linear abrasive.

  In view of the above problems, an object of the present invention is to provide a method for manufacturing a brush-like grindstone that can easily control the cross-sectional shape of a linear abrasive.

  In order to solve the above-mentioned problems, the present invention provides a method for producing a brush-like grindstone in which a plurality of linear abrasives in which aggregate yarns of inorganic long fibers are hardened by a resin binder are held in a holder in a bundle. In manufacturing a linear abrasive, an impregnation step of impregnating the aggregate yarn with an uncured resin binder, and shaping the cross-sectional shape of the aggregate yarn by passing the aggregate yarn impregnated with the resin binder through a die And a resin curing step of curing the resin binder after the shaping step or simultaneously with the shaping step.

  In the present invention, when producing a linear abrasive, after impregnating an uncured resin binder into an aggregate yarn in the impregnation step, before curing the resin binder in the resin curing step, or simultaneously with the resin curing step, the resin binder is added. A shaping step of shaping the cross-sectional shape of the aggregate yarn by passing the impregnated aggregate yarn through a die is performed. For this reason, the cross-sectional shape of the linear abrasive can be easily controlled. Accordingly, it is possible to realize a brush-like grindstone provided with a linear abrasive having a cross-sectional shape suitable for applications such as surface polishing and deburring of cross holes.

  In the present invention, it is preferable that a heating device is provided in the die and the shaping step and the resin curing step are performed simultaneously. According to such a configuration, it is possible to simplify the apparatus and the manufacturing process.

  In the present invention, the cross-sectional shape of the linear abrasive is a circle, a regular polygon, or a flat shape. The circle here is a perfect circle or a substantially perfect circle, the regular polygon is a square, a regular hexagon, or the like, and the flat shape is an ellipse, an ellipse, a rectangle, or the like.

  In the present invention, it is preferable to perform a twisting step of twisting the aggregate yarn before the impregnation step. According to such a configuration, since the inorganic long fibers are gathered in the aggregate yarn by the amount of twisting of the aggregate yarn, compared to the case of using the aggregate yarn in which the inorganic long fibers extend in parallel to each other. It is easy to control the cross-sectional shape of the linear abrasive. In addition, when an appropriate twist is applied, there is an advantage that vertical cracking of the linear abrasive material (cracking in the length direction of the linear abrasive material) can be prevented, and wear due to impact can be prevented.

  In this case, it is preferable that the cross-sectional shape of the linear abrasive is a circular regular polygon, and the length of the linear abrasive per cycle of the twist is 1 cm to 4 cm. According to this structure, since the length dimension of the linear abrasive | polishing material per one period of curling is 4 cm or less, the effect of curling can be expressed. Moreover, since the length dimension of the linear abrasive per twisting cycle is 1 cm or more, it is possible to prevent the inorganic long fibers from flaking due to the twisting and to make the linear abrasive difficult to break. it can. In addition, when an appropriate twist is applied, there is an advantage that longitudinal cracking of the linear abrasive can be prevented and wear due to impact can be prevented.

  Moreover, it is preferable that the cross-sectional shape of the said linear abrasive material is flat shape, and the length dimension of the said linear abrasive material per period of the said winding is 10 cm to 20 cm. That is, when the cross-sectional shape of the linear abrasive is a flat shape, the length of the linear abrasive per cycle of grinding is greater than when the cross-sectional shape of the linear abrasive is a circle or a regular polygon. It is preferable to lengthen the dimensions. According to this structure, since the length dimension of the linear abrasive | polishing material per period of a winding is 20 cm or less, the effect of a winding can be expressed. Moreover, since the length dimension of the linear abrasive per period of twist is 10 cm or more, it is possible to prevent the flaking of the inorganic long fiber due to the twist and to make the linear abrasive difficult to break. it can. In addition, when an appropriate twist is applied, there is an advantage that longitudinal cracking of the linear abrasive can be prevented and wear due to impact can be prevented.

  In another aspect of the present invention, in the method for producing a brush-like grindstone in which a plurality of linear abrasives in which inorganic filaments are consolidated with a resin binder are held in a holder, the linear abrasive is used. In manufacturing the material, a twisting step in which the length of the linear abrasive per cycle is applied to the aggregate yarn from 1 cm to 4 cm, and an impregnation step in which the aggregate yarn is impregnated with an uncured resin binder And a resin curing step of curing the resin binder to produce a linear abrasive having a circular cross-sectional shape as the linear abrasive.

  In the present invention, when the length of the linear abrasive per cycle is 1 cm to 4 cm, the inorganic yarns are gathered into a circular cross section in the aggregate yarn. For this reason, a linear abrasive with a circular cross section can be obtained. In addition, when an appropriate twist is applied, there is an advantage that longitudinal cracking of the linear abrasive can be prevented and wear due to impact can be prevented.

  In still another embodiment of the present invention, in the method for producing a brush-like grindstone in which a plurality of linear abrasives in which aggregate yarns of inorganic long fibers are solidified by a resin binder are held in a holder in a bundle, the linear In manufacturing the abrasive, a twisting step in which the length of the linear abrasive per cycle is applied to the aggregate yarn is 10 cm to 20 cm, and impregnation in which the aggregate yarn is impregnated with an uncured resin binder A step and a resin curing step of curing the resin binder are performed to produce a linear abrasive having an elliptical or oval cross-sectional shape as the linear abrasive.

  In the present invention, when the length of the linear abrasive per cycle is 10 cm to 20 cm, the inorganic filaments are gathered into a cross-sectional ellipse or a cross-sectional oval shape. For this reason, a linear abrasive with an elliptical or oval cross section can be obtained. In addition, when an appropriate twist is applied, there is an advantage that longitudinal cracking of the linear abrasive can be prevented and wear due to impact can be prevented.

  In the present invention, when producing a linear abrasive, after impregnating an uncured resin binder into an aggregate yarn in the impregnation step, before curing the resin binder in the resin curing step, or simultaneously with the resin curing step, the resin binder is added. A shaping step of shaping the cross-sectional shape of the aggregate yarn by passing the impregnated aggregate yarn through a die is performed. For this reason, the cross-sectional shape of the linear abrasive can be easily controlled. Accordingly, it is possible to realize a brush-like grindstone provided with a linear abrasive having a cross-sectional shape suitable for applications such as surface polishing and deburring of cross holes.

  In the present invention, an appropriate twist is applied to the collective yarn to control the cross-sectional shape of the collective yarn (cross-sectional shape of the linear abrasive). For example, a linear abrasive with a circular cross section can be obtained by applying a twist of 1 to 4 cm in length to the aggregate yarn per cycle. Moreover, if the length of the linear abrasive per cycle is 10 cm to 20 cm, the aggregated yarn can be used to obtain a linear abrasive having an oval cross section or an oval cross section. In addition, when an appropriate twist is applied, there is an advantage that longitudinal cracking of the linear abrasive can be prevented and wear due to impact can be prevented.

It is explanatory drawing of the brush-shaped grindstone which concerns on the 1st example of this invention. It is explanatory drawing of the brush-shaped grindstone which concerns on the 2nd example of this invention. It is explanatory drawing of the brush-shaped grindstone which concerns on the 3rd example of this invention. It is explanatory drawing which shows the manufacturing method of the brush-shaped grindstone which concerns on 1st Embodiment of this invention. It is explanatory drawing which shows typically the structure of the brush-shaped grindstone to which this invention is applied. It is explanatory drawing which shows typically the structure of the brush-shaped grindstone to which this invention is applied. It is explanatory drawing which shows typically the structure of the brush-shaped grindstone to which this invention is applied. It is explanatory drawing which shows typically the structure of the brush-shaped grindstone to which this invention is applied. It is explanatory drawing which shows the manufacturing method of the brush-shaped grindstone which concerns on 2nd Embodiment of this invention. It is explanatory drawing which shows typically a mode that the twist was added to the aggregate yarn in the manufacturing method of the brush-shaped grindstone concerning 2nd Embodiment of this invention. It is explanatory drawing which shows the manufacturing method of the brush-shaped grindstone which concerns on 3rd Embodiment of this invention.

  Hereinafter, a brush-like grindstone and a brush for a polishing machine according to an embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings.

[First example of brush-like grinding stone]
(Overall configuration of polishing machine brush)
FIG. 1 is an explanatory diagram of a brush-like grindstone according to a first example of the present invention. A brush 10 for a polishing machine shown in FIG. 1 is a tool for deburring or polishing a surface of a metal workpiece, and includes a brush-like grindstone 1, a brush case 2 that holds the brush-like grindstone 1, and a brush. And a fixing screw 3 for fixing the shaped whetstone 1 to the brush case 2.

  The brush-like grindstone 1 includes a plurality of linear abrasives 11 and a holder 12 that holds the proximal end side of these linear abrasives 11. In this embodiment, the plurality of linear abrasives 11 are held by the holder 12 as a plurality of bundles 110 made of a plurality of linear abrasives 11, and the bundle 110 is the rotation center axis of the polishing machine brush 10. Around L, they are arranged at equiangular intervals.

  The linear abrasive 11 is formed by impregnating and curing a binder resin such as an epoxy resin or a silicone resin on an aggregate of inorganic long fibers such as alumina fiber filaments. The aggregate yarn is, for example, an aggregate of 250 to 3000 alumina long fibers (inorganic long fibers) having a fiber diameter of 8 to 50 μm, and the aggregate yarn has a diameter of 0.1 mm to 2 mm. For this reason, the diameter of the linear abrasive material 11 is 0.1 mm-2 mm similarly to the diameter of an aggregate yarn. The inorganic long fiber is not particularly limited as long as it is a material that is relatively abrasive with respect to the material to be polished, that is, a material that is harder and more brittle than the material to be polished. In addition, silicon carbide fiber, boron fiber, or glass fiber can be used. Depending on the material to be polished, these may be mixed, and the alumina fiber and silicon carbide fiber have very good polishing properties for ferrous and non-ferrous metals.

  The holder 12 is made of metal, and its outer shape is cylindrical. A cylindrical abrasive material holding portion 12a that opens in the axial direction is formed on one end side of the holder 12, and a proximal end portion of the bundle 110 of the linear abrasive material 11 is inserted into the abrasive material holding portion 12a. Then, the linear abrasive 11 and the holder 12 are integrally coupled by bonding and fixing.

  The brush case 2 includes a cylindrical peripheral wall portion 21 with a bottom, and a drive connecting shaft 22 that extends from one end side of the peripheral wall portion 21 in the direction of the central axis (rotation center axis L) of the peripheral wall portion 21. In addition, the inner diameter dimension of the peripheral wall portion 21 is slightly larger than the outer diameter dimension of the holder 12. In this embodiment, the brush case 2 is made of metal. The drive connecting shaft 22 is for attaching the polishing machine brush 10 to the polishing apparatus, and a rotational driving force is transmitted to the polishing machine brush 10 via the drive connecting shaft 22 to perform a polishing operation. . The polishing machine brush 10 is normally driven to rotate about the rotation center axis L, but is not limited to rotation, and may be reciprocated, oscillated, oscillated, or a combination of these operations. .

(Fixing structure of the brush-like grindstone 1 to the brush case 2)
In this embodiment, when the brush-like grindstone 1 is fixed to the brush case 2 with the fixing screw 3, first, the peripheral wall portion 21 of the brush case 2 is formed with one elongated hole-like opening portion 21 a extending along the axial direction. Has been. Further, a flat surface (not shown) extending along the axial direction is formed on the inner peripheral surface of the peripheral wall portion 21 in a region facing the opening 21a across the rotation center axis L. Moreover, the thin wall part 21c whose thickness is thinner than the other site | part is formed in the surrounding wall part 21. As shown in FIG. The thin-walled portion 21c has a shape in which a part of the outer peripheral surface of the peripheral wall portion 21 is long and flatly cut by a predetermined length along the axial direction. In this embodiment, two thin portions 21c are formed on both sides of the position facing the opening 21a across the rotation center axis L. For this reason, the brush case 2 has the opening 21a formed in the peripheral wall portion 21, but the center of gravity position is on the rotation center axis L by the formation of the two thin portions 21c and the formation of the flat surface.

  A screw hole 12b is formed through the upper end portion of the holder 12 in a direction passing through the rotation center axis L and perpendicular to the rotation center axis L. The screw hole 12 b is for screwing the fixing screw 3 when the brush-like grindstone 1 is assembled to the brush case 2. In this embodiment, a hexagon socket set screw is used as the fixing screw 3, and a hexagon hole 31 for fitting the tip of the hexagon wrench 5 is formed at the end of the fixing screw 3.

  The brush-like grindstone 1 and the polishing machine brush 10 thus configured are rotated around the rotation center axis L in a state where the tip of the linear abrasive 11 is pressed against the surface of the workpiece, and at the time of molding or processing Deburring the generated surface and polishing the work surface. The workpiece is, for example, a die cast product of magnesium or aluminum. The workpiece may be a steel member processed using a tool such as an end mill, a drill, a die, or a tap.

(Assembly method of brush for polishing machine, adjustment method of protrusion size of linear abrasive)
In assembling the brush 10 for a polishing machine to which the present invention is applied, when the brush-like grindstone 1 is assembled to the brush case 2 and fixed with the fixing screw 3, the brush-like grindstone 1 is first placed in the brush case 2 on the holder 12 side. Insert from. Then, by sliding the brush-like grindstone 1 in the axial direction in the brush case 2, the assembly position is adjusted so that the free end side of the linear abrasive material 11 protrudes from the opening on one end side of the peripheral wall portion 21 by a required length. I do. In that case, it inserts, adjusting the position of the circumferential direction so that opening of the screw hole 12b of the holder 12 can be seen from the opening part 21a formed in the brush case 2. FIG. Thereby, access from the opening part 21a to the screw hole 12b provided in the holder 12 becomes possible.

  Next, the fixing screw 3 is screwed into the screw hole 12b from the opening portion 21a, and tightened from the opening portion 21a side toward the back side of the screw hole 12b. Since the fixing screw 3 is a hexagon socket set screw, it is tightened until it is completely accommodated in the screw hole 12b. As a result, the tip 30 of the fixing screw 3 slightly protrudes from the screw hole 12 b and abuts against a flat surface formed on the inner peripheral surface of the brush case 2. Accordingly, the fixing screw 3 and the holder 12 are stretched in the radial direction in the peripheral wall portion 21 of the brush case 2, and the holder 12 is pressed and fixed to the inner peripheral surface of the peripheral wall portion 21 on the opening 21 a side. In this state, since the base end portion of the fixing screw 3 has entered the screw hole 12 b, the fixing screw 3 does not protrude from the outer peripheral surface of the peripheral wall portion 21 at all.

  In this way, when the polishing machine brush 10 having been fixed to the brush case 2 of the brush-like grindstone 1 is used for polishing, the tip of the linear abrasive material 11 is worn, and the linear abrasive material 11 is worn. The projecting dimension of becomes shorter. In such a case, after the fixing screw 3 is loosened, the holder 12 is moved in the axial direction, and the protruding dimension of the linear abrasive 11 is adjusted to an optimum dimension, for example, from several mm to several tens of cm, The fixing screw 3 is tightened again to fix the holder 12 in the brush case 2.

[Second example of brush-like grinding wheel]
FIG. 2 is an explanatory diagram of a brush-like grindstone according to a second example of the present invention. In addition, since the basic structure of the brush for polishers of this example is the same as that of the form shown in FIG. 1, the same code | symbol is attached | subjected to a common part and those description is abbreviate | omitted.

  In the brush-like grindstone 1 according to the first example, a plurality of linear abrasives 11 are held by the holder 12 as a plurality of bundles 110. However, as shown in FIG. The shaped abrasive 11 is held on the holder 12 as one bundle 110. Also in the brush-shaped grindstone 1 and the polishing machine brush 10 configured as described above, in the same manner as the embodiment described with reference to FIG. 1, the center of rotation is performed with the tip of the linear abrasive 11 pressed against the surface of the workpiece. It is rotated around the axis L, and is used for deburring that occurs during molding and processing, and for polishing the workpiece surface.

[Third example of brush-like grinding wheel]
FIG. 3 is an explanatory view of a brush-like grindstone according to a third example of the present invention. In addition, since the basic structure of the brush for polishers of this example is the same as that of the form shown in FIG. 1, the same code | symbol is attached | subjected to a common part and those description is abbreviate | omitted.

  A brush-like grindstone 1 shown in FIG. 3 is a tool for removing burrs in an intersection hole, and a plurality of linear abrasives 11 are held in a holder 12 as one bundle 110. The holder 12 is formed with a drive connecting shaft 120 extending in the direction of the rotation center axis L, and the drive connecting shaft 20 is connected to an electric rotary drive device or the like. Moreover, the heat shrinkable tube 40 is covered so as to straddle the root of the bundle 110 of the holder 12 and the linear abrasive material 11.

  The brush-shaped grindstone 1 configured in this manner inserts the bundle 110 of the linear abrasive material 11 into the intersection hole from the tip side, and rotates the brush-shaped grindstone 1 around the rotation center axis L in this state. As a result, the linear abrasive 11 spreads radially outward due to centrifugal force, and burrs generated in the cross holes can be removed.

[First Embodiment of Manufacturing Method of Linear Abrasive Material 11]
FIG. 4 is an explanatory view showing a method of manufacturing the brush-like grindstone 1 according to the first embodiment of the present invention, and FIGS. 4 (a) and 4 (b) show the impregnation step and steps after the impregnation step. Has been. 5, 6, 7 and 8 are explanatory views schematically showing the configuration of the brush-like grindstone 1 to which the present invention is applied. 5 to 8, in order to represent the cross section of the aggregate yarn 15 and the linear abrasive material 11 by using the inorganic long fiber as a circle 150, the inorganic long fiber is enlarged and less than the aggregate yarn 15 and the linear abrasive material 11. Therefore, the circle 150 indicating the inorganic long fiber includes a portion lacking, but the aggregate yarn 15 and the linear abrasive material 11 are partially missing the inorganic long fiber. Not a translation.

  In the manufacturing method of the brush-like grindstone 1 of the present embodiment, when the linear abrasive 11 is manufactured, first, in the impregnation step shown in FIG. Impregnate. In this embodiment, the collecting yarn 15 is supplied in a state of being wound around a cylindrical or columnar bobbin 51, and the resin binder 16 is stored in the resin binder tank 53. Further, when the collecting yarn 15 is pulled out from the bobbin 51 while being wound around the bobbin 52, a guide member 54 such as a roller disposed inside the resin binder tank 53 and a roller disposed outside the resin binder tank 53. It progresses while being guided by guide members 55 and 56 such as. In addition, the aggregate yarn 15 is immersed in the resin binder 16 stored in the resin binder tank 53 before being wound around the bobbin 52, and is impregnated with the resin binder 16. The aggregate yarn 15 impregnated with the resin binder 16 is wound around the bobbin 52 so as not to overlap.

  Next, as shown in FIG. 4B, the impregnated collective yarn 15 wound around the bobbin 52 is shaped in a cross-sectional shape when passing through the die 61 as a shaping step, and then in a resin curing step. The resin binder 16 is cured by passing through the heating furnace 62. As a result, the linear abrasive 11 in which the aggregate yarn 15 of a plurality of inorganic long fibers is hardened by the resin binder 16 is obtained. The linear abrasive 11 thus obtained is cut into a predetermined dimension after the resin curing step. Further, the linear abrasive 11 may be cut into a predetermined dimension after being wound around a bobbin (not shown).

  Here, a passage (not shown) through which the impregnated collective yarn 15 passes is formed in the die 61, and the passage is open at both end faces of the die 61. For this reason, an opening 610 of the passage is provided on the end face of the die 61, and the aggregate yarn 15 is shaped into a cross-sectional shape corresponding to the shape of the passage and the opening 610 when passing through the die 61. As a result, the linear abrasive 11 having a cross-sectional shape corresponding to the shape of the passage of the die 61 and the opening 610 is obtained.

  For example, if the shape of the opening 610 is circular (perfect circle), as shown in FIG. 5, the linear abrasive 11 (linear abrasive 11a) having a circular cross section (perfect circle or substantially perfect circle) is formed. can get. If the shape of the opening 610 is elliptical or oval, a linear abrasive 11 (linear abrasive 11b) having an elliptical or oval cross-sectional shape is obtained as shown in FIG. If the shape of the opening 610 is a regular polygon (for example, a square), as shown in FIG. 7, a linear abrasive 11 (a linear abrasive 11c) having a regular polygon (for example, a square) cross-sectional shape is used. ) Is obtained. Moreover, if the shape of the opening part 610 is a rectangle, as shown in FIG. 8, the linear abrasive material 11 (linear abrasive material 11d) whose cross-sectional shape is a rectangle will be obtained. In the die 61, the passage may have any configuration of a through hole and a groove that is opened also on the side surface of the die 61.

  Among the linear abrasives 11 manufactured by the above method, as shown in FIG. 5, the linear abrasive 11 (linear abrasive 11a) having a circular cross section (perfect circle or substantially perfect circle) is linear. Since there is no directionality in any direction orthogonal to the extending direction of the abrasive 11a, the waist is strong. For this reason, the linear abrasive 11a is suitable for polishing a surface with little unevenness or a surface without unevenness. Further, the linear abrasive 11a has a sufficient waist strength even in a state where the protruding dimension is long, and is therefore suitable for deburring in a cross hole where a strong waist is required. Moreover, since the linear abrasive 11a has a constant thickness in any direction in the cross section, the tip is not easily broken, and the self-generated action is lower than that of the wire having a flat cross section. Further, since the linear abrasive 11a has a constant flexibility in any direction, the behavior during processing becomes regular and there is no edge effect. Therefore, the grinding power of the linear abrasive 11a is moderately suppressed. In other words, the linear abrasive 11a is less likely to be scratched and has a fine finished surface roughness. Therefore, the linear abrasive 11a is suitable for polishing a surface or the like where finished surface roughness is important. Further, the linear abrasive 11a is suitable for deburring in an intersecting hole where the tip is susceptible to an impact at the edge of the intersecting hole.

  Further, as shown in FIG. 6, the linear abrasive material 11 (linear abrasive material 11 b) having an elliptical or oval cross-sectional shape is flat, and therefore, in the thickness direction as compared with the dimension in the width direction W. The dimension of T is small. For this reason, since the linear abrasive 11b is easily bent in the thickness direction T, it is difficult to break. Therefore, the linear abrasive 11b is suitable for deburring a surface having a lot of irregularities on the processed surface. Moreover, since the linear abrasive 11b has a thin cross-sectional thickness direction with respect to the width direction (longitudinal direction), the tip is easily broken and a self-generating action of generating a new cutting edge is active. Moreover, since the linear abrasive 11b differs in the cross-sectional thickness method and the ease of bending in the width direction, the behavior during processing becomes irregular. Therefore, the linear abrasive 11b has an advantage that the grinding ability is high in combination with the edge effect in the width direction (longitudinal direction) of the cross section. Accordingly, the linear abrasive 11b is suitable for deburring with a lot of unevenness on the processed surface. Further, since the linear abrasive 11b is thin, there is an advantage that clogging is less likely to occur. Here, the flatness ratio (dimension in the thickness direction T / dimension in the width direction W) of the linear abrasive 11b is 1.6 to 15, preferably 1.6 to 10, and more preferably 2.0 to 4. 0 is preferred.

  As shown in FIG. 7, the linear abrasive 11 (linear abrasive 11c) having a square cross-sectional shape is intermediate between the linear abrasive 11a shown in FIG. 5 and the linear abrasive 11b shown in FIG. It has characteristics. Specifically, since the linear abrasive 11c has the same dimensions in the X direction and the Y direction of the cross section, it is difficult to bend and has a strong waist. For this reason, the linear abrasive 11c is suitable for polishing a surface with little unevenness or a surface without unevenness. Moreover, since the linear abrasive 11c has sufficient waist strength even in a state where the protruding dimension is long, it is suitable for deburring in an intersection hole where a strong waist is required. Moreover, since the linear abrasive 11c has a sufficient thickness in any direction in the cross section, the tip is not easily broken, and the self-generated action is lower than that of the wire having a flat cross section. Further, since the linear abrasive 11c has a substantially constant flexibility in any direction, the behavior during processing becomes regular. Therefore, the grinding power of the linear abrasive 11c is moderately suppressed. In other words, the linear abrasive 11c is less likely to be scratched and has a fine finished surface roughness. Therefore, the linear abrasive 11c is suitable for polishing a surface or the like where finished surface roughness is important. Further, the linear abrasive 11c is suitable for deburring in a cross hole where the tip is susceptible to an impact at the edge of the cross hole. In addition, the linear abrasive 11c is not easily bent in the diagonal direction of the cross section, and has an edge effect. Therefore, it has high grindability.

  As shown in FIG. 8, the linear abrasive 11 (linear abrasive 11d) having a rectangular cross-sectional shape is flat like the linear abrasive 11b shown in FIG. Thus, the dimension in the thickness direction T is small. For this reason, the linear abrasive 11d is easily bent in the thickness direction T. For this reason, since the linear abrasive 11d is easily bent in the thickness direction T, it is difficult to break. Therefore, the linear abrasive 11d is suitable for deburring a surface having a lot of irregularities on the processed surface. Moreover, since the linear abrasive 11d has a thin cross-sectional thickness direction with respect to the width direction (longitudinal direction), the tip is easily broken, and a self-generating action of generating a new cutting edge is active. Moreover, since the linear abrasive 11d differs in the thickness method of a cross section and the ease of bending to the width direction, the behavior at the time of processing becomes irregular. Therefore, the linear abrasive 11d has an advantage that the grinding ability is high in combination with the edge effect in the width direction (longitudinal direction) of the cross section. Therefore, the linear abrasive 11d is suitable for deburring with many processed surfaces. Further, since the linear abrasive 11d is thin, there is an advantage that clogging is less likely to occur. Moreover, the linear abrasive 11 is not easily bent in the diagonal direction of the cross section, and the edge effect is large. Therefore, it has high grindability. Here, the flatness (dimension in the thickness direction T / dimension in the width direction W) of the linear abrasive 11d is 1.6 to 15, preferably 1.6 to 10, and more preferably 2.0 to 4. 0 is preferred.

  As described above, in the present embodiment, when the linear abrasive 11 is manufactured, after the aggregate yarn 15 is impregnated with the uncured resin binder 16 in the impregnation step, before the resin binder 16 is cured in the resin curing step. In the shaping step, the aggregate yarn 15 impregnated with the resin binder 16 is passed through the die 61 to shape the cross-sectional shape of the aggregate yarn 15. For this reason, the cross-sectional shape of the linear abrasive 11 can be easily controlled. Therefore, it is possible to realize the brush-like grindstone 1 provided with a linear abrasive having a cross-sectional shape suitable for applications such as surface polishing and deburring of cross holes.

[Second Embodiment of Manufacturing Method of Linear Abrasive Material 11]
FIG. 9 is an explanatory view showing a method for manufacturing the brush-like grindstone 1 according to the second embodiment of the present invention. FIGS. 9A and 9B show the impregnation step and steps after the impregnation step. Has been. FIG. 10 is an explanatory view schematically showing a state in which the set yarn 15 is warped in the method for manufacturing the brush-like grindstone 1 according to the second embodiment of the present invention. Of these, the two inorganic long fibers are indicated by a solid line and a two-dot chain line, respectively. The basic configuration of the form shown in FIG. 9 is the same as that described with reference to FIG. 4, and therefore, common portions are denoted by the same reference numerals and description thereof is omitted.

  In the manufacturing method of the brush-like grindstone 1 of this embodiment, when manufacturing the linear abrasive 11, first, the impregnation step shown in FIG. 9A is similar to the impregnation step described with reference to FIG. In FIG. 1, the uncured resin binder 16 is impregnated into the aggregate yarn 15 of inorganic long fibers. In this embodiment, the collective yarn 15 is supplied in a state of being wound around a cylindrical or columnar bobbin 51, and the resin binder 16 stored in the resin binder tank 53 before being wound around the bobbin 52. And the resin binder 16 is impregnated.

  Here, the bobbin 51 is provided with a driving device 59 for rotating the bobbin 51 around an axis P extending in the feeding direction of the collective yarn 15, and is synchronized with the sending of the collective yarn 15 during the impregnation step. Thus, the driving device 59 rotates the bobbin 51 around the axis P. Therefore, as shown schematically in FIG. 10, twist is added to the aggregate yarn 15. As shown in FIG. 5 and FIG. 7, when manufacturing a linear abrasive material 11 having a cross-sectional shape of a perfect circle or a square, the length dimension S of the linear abrasive material per period of the winding is from 1 cm. 4 cm. On the other hand, as shown in FIG. 6 and FIG. 8, when manufacturing the linear abrasive 11 having an elliptical, oval or rectangular cross-sectional shape, the length dimension of the linear abrasive per cycle of twisting S is 10 cm to 20 cm.

  Next, as shown in FIG. 9B, the impregnated collective yarn 15 wound around the bobbin 52 is shaped in a cross-sectional shape when passing through the die 61 as a shaping step, and then in a resin curing step. The resin binder 16 is cured by passing through the heating furnace 62. As a result, the linear abrasive 11 in which the aggregate yarn 15 of a plurality of inorganic long fibers is hardened by the resin binder 16 is obtained. The linear abrasive 11 is cut into a predetermined dimension after the resin curing step. Further, the linear abrasive 11 may be cut into a predetermined dimension after being wound around a bobbin (not shown).

  Here, the die 61 has an opening 610 through which the impregnated aggregate yarn 15 passes, and the aggregate yarn 15 is shaped into a cross-sectional shape corresponding to the shape of the opening 610 when passing through the die 61. As a result, the linear abrasive 11 having the cross-sectional shape described with reference to FIGS. In the case of the linear abrasive material 11 having a cross-sectional shape described with reference to FIGS. 6 and 8, the flatness of the linear abrasive material 11 (dimension in the thickness direction T / dimension in the width direction W) also in this embodiment. Is from 1.6 to 15, preferably from 1.6 to 10, more preferably from 2.0 to 4.0.

  As described above, in the present embodiment, when the linear abrasive 11 is manufactured, after the aggregate yarn 15 is impregnated with the uncured resin binder 16 in the impregnation step, before the resin binder 16 is cured in the resin curing step. In the shaping step, the aggregate yarn 15 impregnated with the resin binder 16 is passed through the die 61 to shape the cross-sectional shape of the aggregate yarn 15. For this reason, the cross-sectional shape of the linear abrasive 11 can be easily controlled. Therefore, it is possible to realize the brush-like grindstone 1 provided with a linear abrasive having a cross-sectional shape suitable for applications such as surface polishing and deburring of cross holes.

  Further, in this embodiment, since the twisting process for twisting the aggregate yarn 15 is performed before the impregnation process, the inorganic continuous fibers are gathered in the aggregate yarn 15 as much as the aggregate yarn 15 is twisted. Therefore, it is easier to control the cross-sectional shape of the linear abrasive material 11 than in the case of using the aggregate yarn 15 in which the inorganic long fibers extend in parallel with each other. In addition, when an appropriate twist is applied, there is an advantage that longitudinal cracking of the linear abrasive 11 can be prevented and wear due to impact can be prevented.

  Moreover, when the cross-sectional shape of the linear abrasive 11 is a circle or a regular polygon, the length dimension of the linear abrasive 11 per period of twist is 1 cm to 4 cm. Thus, since the length dimension of the linear abrasive 11 per one period of winding is 4 cm or less, the effect of winding can be expressed. Moreover, since the length dimension of the linear abrasive 11 per one cycle of twisting is 1 cm or more, it is possible to prevent the inorganic long fibers from coming off due to the twist, and to make the linear abrasive 11 difficult to break. be able to.

  Moreover, when the cross-sectional shape of the linear abrasive material 11 is a flat shape, the length dimension of the linear abrasive material 11 per period of winding is 10 cm to 20 cm. That is, when the cross-sectional shape of the linear abrasive material 11 is a flat shape, the linear abrasive material 11 per cycle of grinding is more than when the cross-sectional shape of the linear abrasive material 11 is a circle or a regular polygon. The length dimension of is long. Accordingly, even when the cross-sectional shape of the linear abrasive 11 is a flat shape, the inorganic yarns are gathered in the aggregate yarn 15 in both the thickness direction and the width direction. Therefore, it is easier to control the cross-sectional shape of the linear abrasive material 11 than in the case of using the aggregate yarn 15 in which the inorganic long fibers extend in parallel with each other. In addition, if the cross-sectional shape of the linear abrasive 11 is flat, it is easy for the inorganic long fibers to flake off in the thickness direction, but the cross-sectional shape of the linear abrasive 11 is flat. In some cases, the length of the linear abrasive material 11 per one cycle of winding is longer than that in the case where the cross-sectional shape of the linear abrasive material 11 is a circle or a regular polygon. It is possible to prevent the long fibers from flaking. In particular, in the present embodiment, when the cross-sectional shape of the linear abrasive 11 is a flat shape, the length of the linear abrasive 11 per period of winding is 20 cm or less. it can. Moreover, since the length dimension of the linear abrasive 11 per one cycle of twisting is 10 cm or more, it is possible to prevent the inorganic long fibers from coming off due to the twist, and to make the linear abrasive 11 difficult to break. be able to.

[Modification of First and Second Embodiments of Manufacturing Method of Linear Abrasive Material 11]
In said 1st Embodiment and 2nd Embodiment, although the resin hardening process was performed after the shaping process, a heating apparatus may be provided in the die | dye 61 and a shaping process and a resin hardening process may be performed simultaneously.

[Third Embodiment of Manufacturing Method of Linear Abrasive Material 11]
FIG. 11 is an explanatory view showing a method of manufacturing the brush-like grindstone 1 according to the third embodiment of the present invention. FIGS. 11A and 11B show the impregnation step and the steps after the impregnation step. Has been. 11 is the same as that described with reference to FIG. 4 and FIG. 9, common portions are denoted by the same reference numerals, and description thereof is omitted. .

  In the manufacturing method of the brush-like grindstone 1 of this embodiment, when manufacturing the linear abrasive 11, first, the impregnation step shown in FIG. 11A is similar to the impregnation step described with reference to FIG. In FIG. 1, the uncured resin binder 16 is impregnated into the aggregate yarn 15 of inorganic long fibers. In this embodiment, the collective yarn 15 is supplied in a state of being wound around a cylindrical or columnar bobbin 51, and the resin binder 16 stored in the resin binder tank 53 before being wound around the bobbin 52. And the resin binder 16 is impregnated.

  Here, the bobbin 51 is provided with a driving device 59 for rotating the bobbin 51 around an axis P extending in the feeding direction of the collective yarn 15, and is synchronized with the sending of the collective yarn 15 during the impregnation step. Thus, the driving device 59 rotates the bobbin 51 around the axis P. Therefore, as shown schematically in FIG. 10, twist is added to the aggregate yarn 15.

  In this embodiment, as shown in FIG. 5, when manufacturing the linear abrasive 11 having a circular cross section (perfect circle or substantially perfect circle), the length dimension S of the linear abrasive per cycle of turning is 1 cm to 4 cm. On the other hand, as shown in FIG. 7, when the linear abrasive 11 having a cross-sectional shape of an ellipse or an oval is manufactured, the length dimension S of the linear abrasive per turn is 10 cm. 20 cm.

  Next, as shown in FIG. 11B, the impregnated aggregate yarn 15 wound around the bobbin 52 is passed through a heating furnace 62 as a resin curing step, and the resin binder 16 is cured. As a result, the linear abrasive 11 in which the aggregate yarn 15 of a plurality of inorganic long fibers is hardened by the resin binder 16 is obtained. The linear abrasive 11 is cut into a predetermined dimension after the resin curing step. Further, the linear abrasive 11 may be cut into a predetermined dimension after being wound around a bobbin (not shown).

  As described above, in the present embodiment, when the linear abrasive 11 is manufactured, the gathering yarn 15 is twisted before the impregnation step, so the gathering yarn 15 is twisted by the amount of twisting. In the yarn 15, the inorganic long fibers are gathered. Further, when an appropriate twist is applied to the collective yarn 15, the cross section of the collective yarn 15 can be controlled to some extent. For example, when the length dimension of the linear abrasive 11 per turn period is 1 cm to 4 cm, the cross-sectional shape of the linear abrasive 11 can be circular. Moreover, when the length dimension of the linear abrasive material 11 per one period of turning is 10 cm to 20 cm, the cross-sectional shape of the linear abrasive material 11 can be made into an ellipse or an ellipse. In addition, when an appropriate twist is applied, there is an advantage that longitudinal cracking of the linear abrasive 11 can be prevented and wear due to impact can be prevented.

  In addition, if the cross-sectional shape of the linear abrasive 11 is flat, it is easy for the inorganic long fibers to flake off in the thickness direction, but the cross-sectional shape of the linear abrasive 11 is flat. In some cases, the length of the linear abrasive material 11 per one cycle of winding is longer than that in the case where the cross-sectional shape of the linear abrasive material 11 is a circle or a regular polygon. It is possible to prevent the long fibers from flaking. In particular, in the present embodiment, when the cross-sectional shape of the linear abrasive 11 is a flat shape, the length of the linear abrasive 11 per period of winding is 20 cm or less. it can. Moreover, since the length dimension of the linear abrasive 11 per one cycle of twisting is 10 cm or more, it is possible to prevent the inorganic long fibers from coming off due to the twist, and to make the linear abrasive 11 difficult to break. be able to.

1 ··· Brush-like grinding stones 11, 11a, 11b, 11c, 11d · · Linear abrasive 12 · · Holder 15 · · Aggregate yarn 16 of linear abrasive · · Resin binder 110 · · Bundle of linear abrasives 150 ..Inorganic long fibers

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  1. In the method of manufacturing a brush-like grindstone in which a plurality of linear abrasive materials in which the aggregate yarn of inorganic long fibers is hardened by a resin binder, held in a holder as a bundle,
    In producing the linear abrasive,
    An impregnation step of impregnating the aggregate yarn with an uncured resin binder;
    A shaping step of shaping the cross-sectional shape of the aggregate yarn by passing the aggregate yarn impregnated with the resin binder through a die;
    A resin curing step of curing the resin binder after the shaping step or simultaneously with the shaping step;
    A method for producing a brush-like grindstone, characterized in that
  2.   The method for producing a brush-like grindstone according to claim 1, wherein a heating device is provided on the die, and the shaping step and the resin curing step are performed simultaneously.
  3.   The method for producing a brush-like grindstone according to claim 1 or 2, wherein a twisting step of twisting the aggregate yarn is performed before the impregnation step.
  4. The cross-sectional shape of the linear abrasive is a circle or a regular polygon,
    The method for producing a brush-like grindstone according to claim 3, wherein a length dimension of the linear abrasive per cycle of the grinding is 1 cm to 4 cm.
  5. The cross-sectional shape of the linear abrasive is a flat shape,
    The method for producing a brush-like grindstone according to claim 3, wherein a length dimension of the linear abrasive per cycle of the grinding is 10 cm to 20 cm.
  6.   The method for manufacturing a brush-like grindstone according to any one of claims 1 to 3, wherein a cross-sectional shape of the linear abrasive is circular.
  7.   The method for manufacturing a brush-like grindstone according to any one of claims 1 to 3, wherein the cross-sectional shape of the linear abrasive is a regular polygon.
  8.   The method for manufacturing a brush-like grindstone according to any one of claims 1 to 3, wherein the cross-sectional shape of the linear abrasive is a flat shape.
  9. In the method of manufacturing a brush-like grindstone in which a plurality of linear abrasive materials in which the aggregate yarn of inorganic long fibers is hardened by a resin binder, held in a holder as a bundle,
    In producing the linear abrasive,
    A winding step in which the length of the linear abrasive per cycle is applied to the aggregate yarn from 1 cm to 4 cm;
    An impregnation step of impregnating the aggregate yarn with an uncured resin binder;
    A resin curing step for curing the resin binder;
    To produce a linear abrasive having a circular cross-section as the linear abrasive.
  10. In the method of manufacturing a brush-like grindstone in which a plurality of linear abrasive materials in which the aggregate yarn of inorganic long fibers is hardened by a resin binder, held in a holder as a bundle,
    In producing the linear abrasive,
    A winding step in which the length of the linear abrasive per cycle is applied to the aggregate yarn from 10 cm to 20 cm;
    An impregnation step of impregnating the aggregate yarn with an uncured resin binder;
    A resin curing step for curing the resin binder;
    To produce a linear abrasive having an elliptical or oval cross-sectional shape as the linear abrasive.
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