Layer of a metal-bonded diamond wheel
(SEM picture of a silicone impression)

Examples of diamond grits (De Beers)

Diamond grinding wheel 11V9

Diamond grinding wheel 14FF6Y

Diamond grinding wheels 1V1

Diamond grinding wheel 12V9

Diamond grinding wheels 12A2

Diamond grinding wheel 14F1

Diamond grinding wheels  1A1

A wide array of grinding wheels is available on stock !

Diamond consists of pure carbon within a crystalline structure. Compared to other abrasives such as corundum or silicon carbide its material is much harder and therefore more resistant to mechanical wear. Under high thermal stress there is the risk of transformation into graphite.

The synthetic diamond made of graphite under high pressure and high temperature is mainly used for industrial applications.

The grit size determines the removal rate of a grinding wheel and the surface roughness of the workpiece:

Diamond

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DIAMOND as an abrasive is particularly used for

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