G-Flex Mounted Points & Cylinders

Price Varies SDS
1 - 11
12 - 71
72 - 143
144 +
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Note: Picture at left shows both G-Flex (Tan, listed on this page) and GMX (Gray, listed on this page). All shapes shown are available in either GMX or G-Flex styles. Also available in Application-Specific Sets

G-Flex cotton fiber products utilize a firm resin bond with laminates of non-woven aluminum oxide abrasive-impregnated fabric. Laminations run parallel to the shank to prevent the ends from chipping. As the tool is used, new abrasive grain is continually exposed.

NEW! B41 Cone, B52 Bullet, and 2 Ball shapes
for deburring holes & radiuses.

G-Flex is non-loading & runs cool. GREAT for aluminum!

G-Flex is non-loading, runs cooler, and can grind and finish in one operation. A special formulation keeps it from being too aggressive so G-Flex works well on aluminum, stainless steel, and exotic alloys. It's a favorite for cleaning and polishing mold runners, as well as deburring and edge breaking on all metals. Also great for deflashing of die castings, as well as deburring and finishing of turbine blade roots.

All are on 1/8" shanks (3mm shanks can be special ordered, please call or email us for more information). See Grinding Wheel Institute publications for operating speeds of mounted cylinders.

Style # Shape Head
Dia. x Length
Available Grits Shank
B41 Cone 5/8" x 5/8" 80, 120, 180, 320 1/8"
B52 Bullet 3/8" x 3/4" 80, 120, 180, 320 1/8"
B121 Ball 1/2" 80, 120, 180, 320 1/8"
B122 Ball 3/8" 80, 120, 180, 320 1/8"
W154 Cylinder 3/16" x 1/2" 80, 120, 180, 320 1/8"
W163 Cylinder 1/4" x 1/2" 80, 120, 180, 320 1/8"
W176 Cylinder 3/8" x 1/2" 80, 120, 180, 320 1/8"
W177 Cylinder 3/8" x 3/4" 80, 120, 180, 320 1/8"
W185 Cylinder 1/2" x 1/2" 80, 120, 180, 320 1/8"
Industry Typical Applications for GMX & G-Flex
Aircraft/Aerospace: Debur and finish engine components
Automotive: Debur, chamfer, and finish machined/cast parts
Tool & Die: Clean, debur and finish
Fabrication: Corner blending, edge breaking, I.D. & O.D. debur and blend
Jewelry Manufacturing: Remove parting lines and finish castings


GMX or G-Flex?

GMX has a softer bond than G-Flex.       GMX utilizes a unique flexible bond with laminates of non-woven abrasive-impregnated fabric. Laminations run parallel to the shank to prevent the ends from chipping. The construction continually exposes new abrasive grain for cooler running and the flexible bond reduces vibration and chattering. Unlike bonded or coated abrasives, GMX does not load up when working on softer metals or alloys such as aluminum. Cylinders and shapes can be dressed to conform to unique contours. GMX is excellent for breaking edges, deburring, and blending on aluminum, stainless steel, and exotic alloys. It's also ideal for polishing mold runners and mold & die components.
G-Flex is similar to GMX but uses a firm resin bond. G-Flex is non-loading and can grind and finish in one operation. A special formulation keeps G-Flex from being too aggressive and works well on aluminum, stainless steel, and exotic alloys. Producing a slightly finer finish than GMX, G-Flex is another favorite for cleaning and polishing mold runners as well as deburring and edge breaking on all metals. Also works great for deflashing of die castings as well as deburring and finishing of turbine blade roots.
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