abrasive cloth

abrasive cloth

[ə′brās·əv ′klȯth]
(mechanical engineering)
Tough cloth to whose surface an abrasive such as sand or emery has been bonded for use in grinding or polishing.
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Sand back and forth and move the abrasive cloth down the barrel until all the scratches from the draw file or sanding drum are removed.
Using an abrasive cloth, weighing around 45gsm, the company says it makes for a tough flannel to combat the toughest of grime.
One way to do this is to chuck the expander button of a full-length-resizing die in an electric drill and use a fine grade of abrasive cloth to reduce its diameter .
Blackfast Antiquing process for pewter, copper, brass, nickel and silver, Blackfast 183 will darken brass and copper surface to a dark brown and silver surfaces to a dark grey, Blackfast 181 will darken pewter and nickel to a dark grey, components can be relieved with an abrasive cloth if contrasting antique finish is required.
Nanofront is used in a wide variety of clothing and industrial applications, ranging from inner-wear, golf gloves and skin care products to abrasive cloth and filters.
Richard Townsend, Truro, Cornwall CUT up old net curtains to make abrasive cloth.
The essence of the standardized tests is in the test of abrasive wear of test specimens by abrasive cloth.
An attendant swathed in a traditional chequered sheet, called a pestemal, then scrubs the body vigorously with an abrasive cloth -- removing dead skin and leaving the layer beneath so smooth it gleams.
In the building sector, acrylate coatings are used to reinforce roofing membranes made of nonwovens and in industrial applications, phenol resins are used for abrasive cloth and glass fiber impregnations.
At the minimum you'll want a sheet of 240-grit abrasive cloth, not paper.
Tiger Discs for stainless steel grinding are made with a specially formulated coated abrasive cloth that is designed to provide maximum performance in stainless steel applications.