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- A bonded abrasive product that is shaped into round wheels of varying size and width that are used on slow and high speed grinders. Grinding wheels are made from numerous abrasives including Aluminum Oxide, Silicon Carbide and Seeded Gel "SG" Ceramic abrasives.
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Roll Up Roll Up to Coney Fair. By Ian Layzell
In the 1920's Coney Island was calling itself "The World's Largest Playground".
Three huge fairgrounds built by 1904 called "Luna Park", "Dreamland" and "Steeplechase Park". At the time all of these parks offered some of the world's most hair-raising rides and attractions along with nearby beaches.
The Subway also arrived in the 1920's.
Visiting Coney in September showed just how things have changed. Most of the big rides and attractions have been removed or gone into disrepair. Just a few tame rides remain, apart from the Wooden Cyclone Rollercoaster which still operates to this day. The Cyclone is an official city landmark and has been featured in films for the Big Screen.
It has been reported in February 2010 that Coney Island is set to return to it's hey day as an Amusement Park. It was thought that the site had been bought for redevelopment with property and retail outlets. However in November 09 New York City bought up some of the land with the intention of adding rides and attractions back onto the site.
After a bidding process, Italian Ride Manufacturer Zamperla won the chance to run and operate the 7 acre site for 10 years. It has been said that Zamperla will use the site as a Showroom for their latest rides. Their aim is to have some rides open by the end of May with many more to follow. Reports include Rollercoasters are to be a big part of this Amusement Park. Fingers cross.
It's not like the daily grind
"Grinds are a form of skateboarding trick where the skateboarder slides on the hangers of the trucks. Grinds are performed on any object that may fit between the space between the wheels where the truck meets. Grind rails are also sold commercially.
The move likely originated in backyard pools, as the early skaters gained in skill and confidence with their high speed carves around the top of the pool walls and one day went that little bit too high. The trucks of the time, often being merely 'borrowed' rollerskate trucks, didn't allow much contact due to their inherent narrowness, but as skateboarding gained its own truck manufacturers who widened the hanger design, the possibilities for exploration became apparent, and all sorts of moves started popping up. Nowadays they are commonly performed on handrails or on the lips of objects such as benches, but any suitably hard, smooth edge will do."
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