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Flexible Diamantscheiben

Flexible Diamond Sanding Pad

Flexible Diamantschleifscheiben können nass oder trocken laufen. - Bietet aggressives Schneiden für schwer zu schleifendes Material. - Schleifmuster mit offenem Punkt verhindert das Laden. - Die Schleifkonstruktion bietet Haltbarkeit und lange Lebensdauer. Ermöglicht die Anpassung an Konturen. Perfekt für flache oder gekrümmte Oberflächen. Flexible flache Diamant-Läppscheiben werden mit magnetischem, selbstklebendem und nicht rückseitigem Träger zum Schleifen, Polieren und Läppen von Natur- und Kunststeinen, Glas, Keramik und harten Materialien geliefert. Farbcodierung zur einfachen Identifizierung der Sorten.

Bietet aggressives Schneiden für schwer zu schleifendes Material, Open-Dot-Schleifmuster, entmutigt das Laden. Die Schleifkonstruktion bietet Haltbarkeit und lange Lebensdauer, ermöglicht die Anpassung an Konturen, ist perfekt für flache oder gekrümmte Oberflächen. Flexible flache Diamant-Läppscheiben können mit verschiedenen Schnellzugriffen geliefert werden Änderungsoptionen wie QRS, verschiedene Klebstoffe, magnetische und starre Kombinationen zum Schleifen, Polieren und Läppen von Natur- und Kunststeinen, Glas, Keramik und harten Materialien. Farbcodierung zur einfachen Identifizierung der Sorten.
Flexible liefert eine vollständige Palette von Metallographie-Diamantscheiben, die kompetente Ratschläge zur Verwendung fester Diamantschleifmittel zur Verbesserung der Produktionszykluszeiten bieten. Diese können viel schneller geschliffen und poliert werden als ein Diamantschlammsystem.


  1. Versatile Usage: Flexible Diamond Pads are versatile and can be used for both wet and dry applications. This adaptability makes them suitable for various grinding and polishing tasks.

  2. Open-Dot Abrasive Pattern: The open-dot abrasive pattern in these pads discourages loading, which means that they are less likely to clog up with material during use. This helps ensure their durability and long lifespan.

  3. Contour Conformity: These pads are designed to conform to contours, making them suitable for use on both flat and curved surfaces. This feature allows for efficient grinding and polishing on a variety of workpieces.

  4. Backing Options: Flexible Diamond Pads are available with different backing options, including magnetic, self-adhesive backing, or unbacked. This variety allows users to choose the most suitable backing for their specific needs.

  5. Color Coding: The pads are color-coded for easy grade identification, which simplifies the selection of the appropriate grit or grade for a given task.

  6. Metallography Diamond Discs: In addition to Flexible Diamond Pads, your product line also includes Metallography diamond discs. These discs are designed for faster grinding and polishing compared to a diamond slurry system. They can significantly improve production cycle times, making them a valuable tool for industrial applications.

  7. Material Compatibility: Both Flexible Diamond Pads and Metallography diamond discs are suitable for working with a wide range of materials, including natural and synthetic stones, glass, ceramics, and various hard materials. This versatility makes them useful in various industries, such as construction, manufacturing, and materials testing.

  8. Quick Change Options: It seems that you offer quick-change options for these products, allowing for easy swapping of discs or pads during tasks, which can enhance efficiency in a production or workshop setting.

Grit Range

Flexible Diamond Pads and Metallography Diamond Discs are indeed versatile abrasive tools used in various industries for precision grinding, polishing, and lapping of challenging materials. They come in different grit sizes to cater to specific needs and applications.

  1. Coarse Grits (60 to 120):

    • These coarse grits are used for initial material removal and leveling surfaces. They are suitable for tasks like removing scratches, stock removal, and shaping.

  2. Medium Grits (240 to 400):

    • Medium grit diamond pads or discs are used for further material removal and smoothing surfaces. They are commonly employed in applications where a smoother finish is desired after the initial rough grinding.

  3. Fine Grits (600 to 1200):

    • Fine grits are used for polishing and refining the surface of the material. They help remove smaller imperfections and create a smoother, more polished appearance.

  4. Very Fine Grits (1500 to 1800):

    • Very fine grit diamond pads or discs are used for the final polishing stages. They are excellent for achieving a high-gloss finish and eliminating fine scratches and blemishes on the material's surface.

These different grit sizes allow for a progressive approach to surface preparation and finishing, ensuring that you can achieve the desired level of precision and quality in your work, especially when dealing with hard-to-grind materials. It's important to choose the appropriate grit size based on your specific application and the level of surface finish you need to achieve.


  1. Grinding and Polishing Hard Materials: These diamond discs excel in grinding and polishing applications involving hard materials such as natural and synthetic stones, glass, ceramics, composites, and other challenging materials.

  2. Metallography and Material Analysis: Metallography diamond discs are essential tools for preparing samples for material analysis and microscopy. They ensure accurate and consistent sample preparation, making them valuable in research, quality control, and metallurgical studies.

  3. Surface Finishing: Flexible Diamond Pads are ideal for achieving precise surface finishes on a variety of materials. Their flexibility allows them to conform to contours and intricate shapes, making them suitable for both flat and curved surfaces.

  4. Wet and Dry Use: These diamond abrasive products can be used in both wet and dry conditions, providing flexibility in various work environments and applications.

  5. Improving Production Cycle Times: Metallography diamond discs are known for their ability to grind and polish materials much faster than traditional diamond slurry systems. This capability helps improve production cycle times, making them valuable in manufacturing and material processing industries.

  6. Quality Control: In industries where product quality and consistency are crucial, Flexible Diamond Pads and Metallography Diamond Discs ensure that precise standards are met in surface finishing and material analysis.

  7. Quick Change Options: The availability of quick-change options, such as QRS (Quick Release System) and various adhesive types, enhances efficiency and ease of use in different applications.

  8. Conforming to Contours: The flexibility of these diamond abrasive products allows them to conform to contours, irregular shapes, and hard-to-reach areas, which is particularly valuable in tasks that demand access to intricate details.


  1. Size (Diameter): The bands come in various sizes to accommodate different tools and applications, with diameters including 4",6",8",10",12",14",16",18",20",24".

  2. Customized:customized to meet specific size requirements based on your particular needs and applications. Customized sizes offer the flexibility to adapt to various projects and surfaces. Whether you require smaller sheets for precision work or larger sheets for more extensive tasks, Our factory can often accommodate your requests for diamond sandpaper sheets in the size that best suits your requirements. When ordering customized sizes, be sure to provide the dimensions and quantity needed to ensure you receive the tailored product you require.

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Q: What are the advantages of a flap wheel?

Advantages. The advantages of a flapwheel over a traditional disk are twofold: The separate flaps each attack the workpiece surface at a slightly different angle, and this varies slightly with tool angle. This avoids the common problem with flat sheets, where they produce repeated identical scratches.

Q: What is the difference between flap wheel and grinding wheel?

Flap discs are ideal for grinding, blending, finishing, and polishing surfaces, as well as removing rust, paint, and weld seams. Grinding discs are typically used for heavy-duty material removal, such as removing large welds, and shaping and smoothing metal edges.

Q: What is the best flap disc for grinding welds?

Flap discs are good for removing heavy weld seams and excess material while providing a long service life: For general use, the recommendation is a 60-grit ceramic flap disc. For greater speed and stock removal, a Type 29 conical is the best choice.

Q: What is a flap disc grinding wheel used for?

A flap disc is an abrasive product used to contour and shape metal. It consists of overlapping abrasive flaps glued to a backing plate and is regularly used for welding, machining, heavy-duty equipment work, and industrial maintenance. Common applications include: Cleaning flash from molds and castings.

Q: What is the best grit for flap discs?

Deburring and deflashing: 60 grit abrasive grain is ideal for deburring and deflashing work. Rust removal and blending: Abrasive grit in the more expansive range from 60 to 80 is optimal for finer work like rust removal and blending.

Q: Which grit flap disc would leave the smoothest finish on metal?

For finishing and sanding metal, a 120-grit flap disc could be your best option. Flat head flap discs best suit the purpose of finishing metal.

Q: What is the best flap wheel for stainless steel?

Designed for both mild and stainless steel, flap wheels made from zirconia (or zirconium) abrasive ribbon (blue / green in colour) are ideal for use on most metals including stainless steel. Other flap discs on the market made from using aluminium oxide abrasive ribbon are not suitable for use on stainless steel.

Q: Can you put a flap disc on a bench grinder?

Unmounted large flap wheels can conform to most shapes and are especially effective on pipes, tubes and other cylindrical items and are designed to be used on a bench grinder, pedestal grinder, or straight finishing tool with a 1 inch arbor.

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