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Diamond Disk Magnetic Backing

Diamond plated laps disc and diamond magentic backing disk are manufactured exclusively for Glassworks right here by Hans Superabrasive for Grinding, Shaping and Polishing. More diamonds means more than just fastergrinding.Nickel Bond Diamond Discs, have diamond particles held firmly in place on a rigid backing. The diamond particles are electroplated for maximum bond strength and heat dissipation. A hard nickel alloy is used to rigidly bond a layer of sharp, blocky diamond to a steel plate. The sharp diamond particles cut cleanly with no edge rounding. These diamond magentic backing disk radically reduce the time required for material lapping and Grinding. Nickel Bond Diamond Discs  are available with either magnetic or PSA backing.

  1. Manufacture by Hans Superabrasive: These discs are produced by a manufacturer called Hans Superabrasive, indicating their expertise in the field of superabrasives and precision tools.

  2. Usage in Glassworks: These discs are exclusively designed and manufactured for use in glassworks, where they are used for various glass processing tasks, Grinding, Shaping and Polishing.

  3. Diamond-Plated Laps Disc: These discs have a surface plated with diamond particles, making them suitable for abrasive tasks that require efficient material removal. The presence of diamonds on the disc enhances the  Grinding,Polishing capabilities.

  4. Diamond Magnetic Backing Disk: The discs are equipped with a magnetic backing, allowing for easy and secure attachment to compatible equipment, ensuring stability during the Grinding and Polishing process.

  5. Benefits of More Diamonds: The description suggests that having more diamond particles on the disc  results in faster Grinding and better performance. The higher density of diamonds means more efficient material removal.

  6. Nickel Bond Diamond Discs: These discs use a metal bond to firmly secure the diamond particles to the disc's surface. This bond provides excellent strength and heat dissipation, which is essential for the durability and efficiency of the discs.

  7. Electroplated Diamond Particles: The diamond particles on the discs are electroplated, ensuring maximum bond strength between the diamonds and the metal backing. This helps in maintaining the integrity of the abrasive surface.

  8. Nickel Alloy Bond: A hard nickel alloy is used to bond a layer of sharp, blocky diamonds to a steel plate. This ensures that the diamonds cut cleanly without rounding their edges, resulting in precision Grinding,and Polishing.

  9. Reduction in Processing Time: The Nickel Bond Diamond Discs are noted for their ability to significantly reduce the time required for material lapping and Grinding. This indicates their efficiency in glass processing tasks.

  10. Backing Options: These discs  are available with either magnetic backing, which was mentioned earlier, or PSA (Pressure-Sensitive Adhesive) backing. The choice of backing type may depend on the specific application and equipment used.


Product Specifications:

  • Diameter: Available in a range of sizes to accommodate different grinding needs: 4", 5", 6", 8", 10", 12", 14", 12", 16", 18", 20", and 24".

  • Backing Options: Various backing options are offered for flexibility: PSA (Pressure-Sensitive Adhesive), Magnetic, Velcro, Alumnium Master Lap.

  • Grit Options: A variety of grit options to suit specific grinding requirements: 45, 60, 80, 100, 140, 270, 325, 600, 1200.

  • Hole Size: Available with different hole sizes to fit your equipment and preferences: 1", 1/2", 3/4", 8/5", and customization is possible.

These diverse product specifications provide a wide selection to cater to various grinding tasks and equipment setups, ensuring you have the right tools for your specific needs.

Order Code:

  1. Diameter: Select the appropriate diameter from the available options (e.g., 4", 6", 12").

  2. Grit Size: Choose the desired grit size that matches your specific grinding requirements (e.g., 80, 270, 1200).

  3. Hole Size: Specify the hole size that suits your equipment or personal preference (e.g., 1", 1/2", 3/4").

  4. Backing Type: Indicate your preferred backing type among the available options (e.g., PSA, Magnetic, Velcro, Alumnium Master Lap).

So, for example, if you wanted a 6" Diamond Dot Electroplated Abrasive with a grit size of 270, a 1/2" hole size, and Velcro backing, your order code might look like this: "6-270-1/2-Velcro." This code helps ensure that you receive the precise product you need for your specific grinding application.

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Q: What are Flexible Diamond Tools used for?
Flexible Diamond Tools are versatile abrasive tools used for a wide range of applications, including grinding, polishing, and surface finishing on various materials such as glass, ceramics, metals, composites, and more.
Q: What are the different types of Flexible Diamond Tools available?

Flexible Diamond Tools include belts, discs, sheets, handpads, and strips with various configurations and grit sizes to suit different applications and equipment.

Q: What are the main bonding types used in Flexible Diamond Tools?

Flexible Diamond Tools are available with metal and resin bond types. Metal bonds are often used for coarser applications, while resin bonds are suitable for fine grinding and polishing.

Q: How do I maintain Flexible Diamond Tools to prolong their life?

Regular maintenance includes cleaning the tools to remove accumulated debris and inspecting them for wear. Proper care and maintenance can help extend the tools' service life.

Q: Can these tools be used on different types of equipment?

Yes, Flexible Diamond Tools can be used on a variety of equipment, including hand-held machines, stationary machines, and more. Different backing types and configurations allow for versatility in application.

Q: What is the advantage of using synthetic diamonds in these tools?

What is the advantage of using synthetic diamonds in these tools?

Q: What are the primary applications of Flexible Diamond?

These tools find applications in various industries, including architectural and scientific glass, ceramics, composites, aerospace, transportation, and more. They are used for grinding, polishing, and surface finishing.

Q: Can these tools be used for both wet and dry grinding?

While these tools can be used for dry grinding, they often perform best when used with a coolant or water during wet grinding. Wet grinding helps reduce heat and friction, improving performance and extending tool life.

Q: What is the recommended working speed for these tools?

The recommended working speed typically ranges from 25 to 32 meters per second (m/s), with a maximum speed of 45 m/s. Higher speeds are often used for improved productivity.

Q: What are the advantages of using specific patterns (e.g., big dots, medium dots, arrow patterns) on Flexible Diamond Tools?

Patterns are designed for specific purposes, such as rapid material removal, strong cutting, or efficient grinding on surfaces with sharp edges. The choice of pattern depends on the application and desired results.

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